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Antonio Conte plans to stick with rotation policy ahead of Arsenal clash

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Montrelle Montesinos | 12 Enero, 2018, 23:10

"I trust in my club and I'm sure they will take the best decision for the team".

'I don't like to speak about other players of other teams but you are talking about two big and strong players, top players for their roles. "I was a player". If someone arrives, good; if they don't, then that's fine too.

Attack: The slight change in formation means Conte needs to lose one of his attackers but I think we'll see Pedro and Willian make way despite both impressing at the weekend.

Chelsea's exciting 2-2 draw at the Emirates against Arsenal, was quickly discarded, as attention turned to the transfer window. He has stopped training during the week to conserve some of the energy he will summon when the whistle blows to signal deep competition where he feels every kick from his technical area. The Brazilian has made just 8 appearances in the league so far.

"And then when there is the right moment, and if the club ask me something about the transfer market, I give my opinion".

The manager doesn't want David Luiz to go because he's 'an important piece in the squad', and personally told him the reasons.

"It means all my players are working very well".

Batshuayi scored the goal that won Chelsea the title against West Brom at the Hawthorns, but Conte has still continually chose to overlook the Belgian. Conte is keen at the very least to not see any current first-team players leave even on loan unless replacements are signed. And Conte admits he does not want unhappy players at the club spoiling his side's dressing-room unity.

"David improved a lot his physical condition in the last couple of days".

Throughout the game Blues striker Alvaro Morata had a host of golden chances to put the visitors out of sight to leapfrog Manchester United in the Premier League table - but the Spaniard suffered an utter nightmare in front of goal.