Former Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte has emerged victorious in his legal battle against Chelsea, as the orders the London club to pay him a €10m compensation after he was fired him last summer.
The Times,reports that both parties have been informed of the decision.The blues have so far paid around €90m to sacked managers since 2003, the year that Roman Abramovich arrived as president. In fact, this figure could increase if the Blues decide to part ways with Sarri this summer.
The former Italian coach visited the Premier League arbitration panel for the hearing concerning the dispute with the blues, which had lasted for ten months
Chelsea defence, instead, relied on Conte’s behaviour towards the staff and the players. In the end, however, the court gave reason to the technician.