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Chelsea coach Frank Lampard took a swipe at Jose Mourinho on Friday, insisting he will not get involved in a touchline row with Roy Hodgson because he has too much respect for the Crystal Palace boss.
After the signing of Kolarov, Inter Milan continue to look for a LB and Antonio Conte's favourites are at Chelsea. It so happens that out of them, according to 'Corriere della Sera', Marcos Alonso is closer to the Giuseppe Meazza than Emerson Palmieri.
Sevilla could make major changes at left-back. With Reguilon's return to Real Madrid and the possible departue of Sergio Escudero, 'Estadio Deportivo' says that Monchi is apparently thinking about getting Marcos Alonso. He is up for sale at Chelsea.
Chelsea's left-back Marcos Alonso has a host of clubs following his footsteps. The last to join the list, according to 'Express', is Juventus. Maurizio Sarri is looking for reinforcements at the back and has thought of Spanish.
Amidst the lack of financial resources because of the crisis provoked by the coronavirus, clubs are looking at the way in which they can strengthen their squads ahead of next season and Chelsea seem to have hit the button to convince Juventus. The Blues have reportedly offered Marcos Alonso and Jorginho in exchange for Adrien Rabiot and Federico Bernardeschi.
Inter have set themselves a double priority for the summer. According to 'La Gazzetta dello Sport', Antonio Conte will not stop until he gets Emerson Palmieri and Marcos Alonso from Chelsea, both left-backs.
Lazio are continuing to insist on the signing of Dejan Lovren and they also want the Spanish central defender Marcos Alonso. Alonso is also wanted by Inter.
Olivier Giroud and Marcos Alonso came in from the cold to inspire Chelsea's 2-1 win against Tottenham as the Blues cemented their grip on fourth place in the Premier League on Saturday.