Chelsea break news: Marcos Alonso backs Antonio Conte - 'He has done a major job'

ES Football Newsletter get in your email address Please get in an email address Email address is invalid Email address is invalid Email address is invalid Email cannot be used. have a try another or register by your social accountMarcos Alonso has backed Chelsea coach Antonio Conte, insisting the Italian has done a "major job" despite the club's struggles this season. Conte enjoyed a superb debut campaign in Britain after he steered Chelsea to the first League title by a record-breaking 30 wins. & Alonso believes which Conte has done a "major" job by the Blues ever ever arriving at the club in 2016 & is not surprised Chelsea struggled by their title defence. while then asked about Conte, Alonso responded: "He has done a major job & we just think about finishing well."


Real Madrid break news: Marcos Alonso insists he isn't thinking about Chelsea get out as he makes Spanish history

MARCOS ALONSO insists he isn't thinking about leaving Chelsea this summer & is only focusing on helping the Blues enjoy a successful finish to the season. Real Madrid have been related by making a move to bring the 27-year-old wing-back back to the Bernabeu. REUTERS Marcos Alonso insists he hasn't thought about leaving Chelsea amid interest from Real MadridThe Spanish international - who made his professional debut for Los Blancos in 2009 - has shone ever ever arriving at Stamford Bridge 2 years ago. His grandad, Marcos Alonso Imaz, started the trend while he played versus France back in 1955. Alonso had been overlooked by the nation until his call-up final 7 days – despite playing a key role in Chelsea's championship-winning team final season.

Real Madrid news: Marcos Alonso insists he is not thinking about Chelsea exit as he makes Spanish history

Chelsea FC break news: Marcos Alonso rubbishes links by return to Real Madrid this summer

referring to Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso has ruled out a return to Real Madrid in the summer, insisting his aftertime is at Stamford Bridge. The Spaniard, who made his international debut in Tuesday's six-one beat over Argentina, joined the Blues in the summer of 2016 & has established himself as one of a better complete-backs in the first League. READ further: Chelsea defender completes Surprising feat by becoming a 3rd-generation international for SpainReports have related the 27-year-old by a move back to hometown club Real, where he began his career after progressing out of their academy. however Alonso – who left Los Blancos to join first League Bolton in 2010, before joining Fiorentina & then moving to the Bridge in 2016 – insists he is staying at Chelsea. "I made my [Madrid] debut by [Manuel] Pellegrini in 2009/ten, & which summer I had the opportunity to go to the first League.






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