After Chelsea’s defeat, Antonio Conte admitted that he is concerned about Tottenham’s transfer prospects.


After Chelsea’s loss, Antonio Conte admitted that he is concerned about Tottenham’s transfer.

TOTTENHAM manager Antonio Conte was downcast following his side’s thrashing by Chelsea in the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final.

After losing 2-0 to Chelsea in the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night, Antonio Conte admits there is still a lot of work to be done at Tottenham.

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino insists that he needs time and patience, and that “fixing everything” with new signings in the January transfer window is “not easy.”

Chelsea ran out comfortable winners thanks to Kai Havertz’s early strike and a bizarre own goal by Ben Davies after Davinson Sanchez’s header rebounded off him and past Hugo Lloris.

Conte is looking to make several additions to his squad to close the gap after the result highlighted the disparity between the two sides.

Conte admitted after the game to Sky Sports that Spurs and Chelsea cannot be compared because Chelsea is “a team ready to win.”

“It was a difficult game, difficult from the start, Chelsea showed to be much better than us,” the Italian said after his first return to Stamford Bridge since being fired by Chelsea.

“We struggled from the start in the first half, but we know we’re up against one of the best teams in Europe, if not the world; they won the Champions League last season.”

“There isn’t a comparison between the two teams.”

We’re talking about a team that is ready to win, and we’ve seen the disparity between the two teams today.

“It’s not easy to play at Stamford Bridge because of how focused they were, how they won the ball every time, and then we conceded an unlucky goal.”

When you first start the game and they score after a few minutes, the game quickly becomes difficult.

“However, I am aware of the situation, and it is obvious that there is a significant gap at this time.”

We have to fight to stay in a good position in the league, but if we think we’re close, I believe we’re on the wrong track.”

Spurs manager retorted with a lengthy response, admitting that things will not be easy for his team.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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