Marcos Alonso: 'We knew we needed to beat Bournemouth'

Marcos Alonso: 'We knew we needed to beat Bournemouth'

Marcos Alonso: 'We knew we needed to beat Bournemouth'

CHELSEA striker Diego Costa has thrown fresh doubt over his long term future by suggesting he is unhappy with life in London. But this year, he has been in much better form under new manager Antonio Conte and has already picked up 17 goals in 26 appearances for the Blues. His record in 2017 now stands at three League goals in 10 matches.

The Sun declare that both players are set to quit Stamford Bridge and that Chelsea will need to spend £200m in order to replace them. 'He's scored 20 goals and that is a significant contribution.

"He fought a lot for the team and he is important - it is important for the team that we won against a strong team". Manchester United is going to be a tough game for us but it doesn't matter who scores, hopefully we will get the three points.

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'We have a week to rest a little bit and then prepare, that's what we have to be focused on these days'.

"I have another two years on my contract".

Five wins from their last seven games will now be enough for Conte to claim a title in his first season of English football, and Alonso claims he and his team-mates will treat every remaining game like a cup final. "I tell them that I am very happy at Chelsea. I'm happy for him but above all for the team".

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The Spain worldwide has two years remaining on his Chelsea deal and has recently been quoted as saying that despite not being entirely happy with London life, he will see them out.

Having been the subject of huge transfer speculation from China, with super-league side Tianjin Quanjian believed to be ready to offer the player a staggering £600,000-a-week salary to make the move to the Far-East, many observers feel that these next few weeks will be his last in the Premier League.

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