Antonio Conte reportedly wants to bring Swansea’s Fernando Llorente to Stamford Bridge.
Swansea City are right now sitting at the second-bottom place in the table. The Welsh club have lost all their last three games and are facing a serious relegation threat.
They have already undergone two managerial changes but even that couldn’t help them from losing matches.
Llorente was signed from Sevilla on a two years contract this summer. He was one of the few Swansea players to show some intent as the Spanish has found the net on six occasions despite such a poor season as a whole for Swansea.
It was Conte who brought Llorente to Juventus in 2013 and the Spaniard went on to make 34 appearances in Serie A, netting 16 goals. Juventus won the title that season.
Conte wants some proven striker who can compliment Diego Costa up front.
Although he signed Michy Batshuayi in the summer but it seems he is not impressed with the teenager and wants some heavyweight player to fill in when Diego Costa is unavailable.
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