Tuesday , November 24 2020

Conte gave Chelsea to court, wanting £ 20 million



Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte gave the club a trial about the contract salary he had with Blue.

The Italian was released a year before the end of his contract, and believes he must get the full amount of the agreed prize, while Londoners are clear in different opinions.

Skyports reported that his lawyer had worked for weeks in two cases, while Chelsea wanted a meeting with Italy to reach an agreement, but he refused to meet with his former employer.

According to several allegations, Cote demanded an additional £ 8.7 million in compensation for damage, as well as the remaining salary for the last year of the contract amounting to 11.3 million, so that a solid amount of 20 million was obtained.

However, Chelsea were reluctant to pay so much money by accusing Conte of committing a violation and a number of violations during his stay at Stamford Bridge, including not attending various sponsorship events, delaying the wrong press conference and parking at the club base at Cobham.


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