Chelsea came in the top of the list after defeating Milan on 3-1 and boss Antonio Conte thinks of re-shaping his team before the Premiere League.



Oscar netted two goals on Wednesday helping the blues to win over Milan in the  final game of International Champions Cup in USA. Seeing the game Conte got the idea to re-shape the team.

Players could be sold or set on loans. This is Conte’s new idea of shaping the team. He praised Oscar for netting two goals and guiding the team to win the title.

"I think this match told me a lot about the players who we will keep, and who can go on loan or we can sell. Today, it was important because I have a clearer idea than before. Now we go back to London. It's important for me and for the club to talk and take decisions about all the players. In pre-season we worked with 30 players - four goalkeepers and 26 players. There is one game remaining against Werder Bremen and then we must take the decision. e hope to take the best decision for the club and the players, too.”

“Oscar is an important player. I think the season when Chelsea won the title, he was fantastic. Last season was bad for all the players, not only for Oscar or for another player, for all. I think Oscar is a good player with a great talent and he can improve a lot. I see a good attitude and a good will in him."


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