The Italian was sacked as Blues boss in the summer season however is eyeing the cash he believes he is owed
Antonio Conte is reportedly refusing to meet with Chelsea and plans to take them to court for the rest of his salary.
The Italian, who was lately dominated out of rivalry for the Real Madrid job, is of the view he must be paid what’s contractually owed out of respect, after being sacked by Chelsea in the summer season.
And in accordance to Sky Sports News, Conte’s attorneys have been engaged on two separate instances for weeks – one for an employment tribunal and the different for the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
The club have been making an attempt to arrange face-to-face talks with the 49-year-old in search of an out-of-court answer however he has chosen not to attend these meetings.
It is known Conte needs round £eight.7million price of damages on prime of his remaining yr’s salary of £11.3m – taking his declare to £20m.
However, Chelsea are refusing to pay due to his behaviour whereas at the club, together with the therapy of former striker Diego Costa, failure to attend sponsorship occasions, late arrival to press conferences and parking in the unsuitable area at their coaching floor in Cobham.
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