Enjoy goals from some of the Premier League big names omitted from their country's World Cup squads, including Manchester City's Leroy Sane and Chelsea's Marcos Alonso. BBC Sport Also reported by •BBC News
Full-back Marcos Alonso admits Chelsea cannot afford to lose any more games this season and insists manager Antonio Conte was right to criticise the squad after Saturday's shock loss to Crystal Palace. Source: Rumble -
Antonio Conte feels Champions League qualification is likely beyond Chelsea after a 1-1 home draw with Huddersfield Town in the Premier League on Wednesday. Marcos Alonso’s fluke goal levelled after.. SoccerNews.com
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte all but conceded defeat in his side’s bid to reach next season’s Champions League after their failure to beat Huddersfield confirmed Tottenham’s qualification and saved.. City A.M.
Chelsea play host to Liverpool and their former winger Mo Salah at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, and Blues fans know who they would play at left wing-back out of Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri to stop.. Football FanCast
Chelsea have reportedly joined the race to sign Juventus star Kwadwo Asamoah on a free transfer this summer, although Serie A giants Inter Milan remain the favourites to keep the 29-year-old in Italy. Football FanCast
When Chelsea stormed to the Premier League title last season in Antonio Conte’s first campaign in charge, the squad’s newest additions were a crucial ingredient of their success.
The 2016 summer.. City A.M.