After beating Arsenal 3-1 in the Premier League this weekend, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte was spotted at the Juventus Stadium watching his old club play Inter Milan on Sunday.
The Chelsea boss is frequently linked to purchases in Italy, with local outlets always saying he’s keeping an eye on one of his former players.
But Tuttosport surprisingly take it easy this time, and only take claims from the British press to say Conte would be at the Juventus Stadium to watch Juan Cuadrado more closely. No other players are liked this time.
The Colombian is on loan at Juve in an unusual 3 year deal, with the Italian side having a buying option until the loan expires.
Earlier today, Italian newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport has reported that Antonio Conte would have made a phone call during the January window offering €25m for Antonio Candreva.
The Italian winger was also involved in the game, despite not doing much and being replaced by Eder after 58 minutes.