In the chase for Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso supposedly the Italian giants Juventus and Inter Milan have.
The Spaniard made just 11 appearances in the Premier League under Frank Lampard this season and maybe keen on the way out with his previous Italian managers.
Maurizio Sarri, the flow Juve supervisor who worked with Alonso last season, and Antonio Conte, the Inter manager who worked with the 2016-2018 defender, are quick to take the 29-year-old back to Series An, as detailed by Football Italia.
Conte was the coach who marked Alonso for Chelsea when he arrived from Fiorentina for £20.5 m (€23 m) at the club in the summer of 2016. The pair won the Premier League together in their presentation season, and also the FA Cup before Conte left the club in 2018. Alonso also has an understanding of winning silverware alongside Sarri, having won the Europa League last season with the previous Naples managers.
A dead-ball specialist, the 29-year-old has still managed to score goals and record three assists for the Blues this season, in spite of his lack of game-time.
In any case, this season, with Reece James and Cesar Azpilicueta filling in as well, Emerson has frequently been favored at left-back. Overall, in just shy of four years at the club, Alonso has played 140 times for Chelsea, scoring 22 goals.
Alonso has featured for Chelsea throughout the end of the week in a well-disposed success behind closed doors at Stamford Bridge against QPR, ahead of the current week’s Premier League restart-Chelsea travels to face Aston Villa in their first game back on Sunday.