Antonio Conte‘s side put in a brilliant shift on Sunday during Chelsea’s 2-1 victory over Tottenham, but the Blues manager is far from done in the transfer market. The Express is reporting that the Blues could spend over $250 million on Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Virgil Van Dijk and several others. It is believed that Van Dijk is one of three Southampton players on Conte’s mind, while Danny Drinkwater of Leicester continues to be linked to the London side as well.
It was not simply the final result – 4-0 over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium. It was the manner in which it came about – reminiscent of Jose Mourinho’s best teams over the years. For 75 minutes, United was businesslike. The Red Devils struggled to break down a resolute and compact Swans defense for much of the afternoon.
Swansea City were beaten 4-0 by Manchester United at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday afternoon but boss Paul Clement claims his side were right in it until the final ten minutes. A three-goal blitz in a four minute spell gave the visitors a much-more emphatic victory which saw United go top of the Premier League. Eric Bailly opened the scoring in first-half injury time before Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial added further strikes with Swansea chasing the game. Speaking to the club's official website after the defeat, Clement said: "We were competitive for long periods of the game – right up until the second goal. “The difference between the sides for a long time was a set-play.