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Arsenal ace Alexis Sanchez a perfect fit for Antonio Conte at Chelsea

The ESPN FC crew discuss Alexis Sanchez's future.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Alexis Sanchez's future.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Alexis Sanchez's future.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Alexis Sanchez's future.

Alexis Sanchez enters the final year of his Arsenal contract this summer and the longer he waits to agree an extension, the more confident rival clubs will grow that he can be prised away from the Emirates at the end of this season.

Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, Sevilla and several Chinese Super League clubs have all been linked with a move for Sanchez in recent weeks, while reports that Chelsea are monitoring his situation closely have never been far from the discussion about his future.

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 By Phil Lythell

Marcos Alonso a revelation for Antonio Conte at Chelsea

With Chelsea storming towards their fifth Premier League title, Bob Wilson has praised the 'extraordinary' Antonio Conte.

Last summer, after a disastrous title defence, most Chelsea supporters would have thought it unlikely that their team would be soaring away at the top of the table the following February. Had they been told the Blues would be doing exactly that with a previously unheralded former Bolton and Sunderland defender in their ranks, most would probably have laughed.

Marcos Alonso's installation in the team, however, has neatly coincided with Chelsea's reversal of fortunes. Ever since making his league...

Antonio Conte and Chelsea's key issue with formation switch: aerial threat

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Chelsea's win over Swansea.

Chelsea's 3-1 victory over Swansea at Stamford Bridge last Saturday was a convincing one. Antonio Conte's men enjoyed 66 percent of possession and registered 16 attempts on goal to their opponents' three.

Yet for around 20 minutes from Fernando Llorente's towering header in first half injury time to the moment when Pedro curled a 25-yard shot past Lukasz Fabianski, there was a sense of anxiety around Stamford Bridge that Chelsea might be held to a draw for the third time in four Premier League matches.

Llorente's...

 By Adam Hurrey

February in review: Chelsea roll on, Leicester lose Ranieri, Ibra superb

Craig Burley breaks down Cesc Fabregas and N'Golo Kante's impact as Chelsea went 11 points clear atop the Premier League.

After yet another chaotic month in the Premier League, ESPN FC writer Adam Hurrey names his winners and losers for the month of February.

Who won the month? Chelsea's unbroken foundations

It speaks volumes that drawing twice away from home -- wastefully at Liverpool, grittily at Burnley -- represents only the second discernible stutter from Chelsea this season. The lack of a continental distraction -- particularly given the roller coasters that Tottenham and Manchester City have been on in Europe...

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Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois the subject of Belgian love song

Thibaut Courtois has earned the appreciation of Chelsea supporters in a spectacular campaign for the Premier League leaders. It appears he has earned the adoration of a Belgian hip hop artist as well.

Although she acknowledged she has never met the goalkeeper, a Belgium international, Shay titled one of the songs on her latest album after Courtois because she liked his name.

 By Mark Worrall

Kante and Matic dominance highlights roles of bit-part Fabregas, Willian

Craig Burley breaks down Cesc Fabregas and N'Golo Kante's impact as Chelsea went 11 points clear atop the Premier League.

Chelsea's 3-1 victory over Swansea City on Saturday reaffirmed their status as favourites to win the Premier League. Star man was midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who marked his 300th appearance in the English top flight with a goal and an assist. In doing so, he made a strong case to manager Antonio Conte he deserves a regular place in the starting XI.

Conte regularly makes reference to the abundance of riches he has in midfield, but with N'Golo Kante having attained untouchable status, Fabregas has found...