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Chelsea v Sunderland preview: Antonio Conte’s men to lift trophy at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea v Sunderland preview: Antonio Conte’s men to lift trophy at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea will officially be crowned Premier League champions and lift the trophy after their clash with relegated Sunderland on Sunday.

The Premier League may have been long sealed, with Chelsea crowned champions of England for the sixth time in their history, but across the continent La Liga enters into its final day with everything still to play for. Eden Hazard admits Chelsea lacked motivation last season and says the Premier League champions will be "in trouble" next term should they let standards slip.

Chelsea are Champions. Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull City have been relegated. Tottenham have Champions League football. Manchester City have all but secured Champions League football. Chelsea are champions. We know which three sides are going down. The only thing to look out for on the final day of the season is the battle between Liverpool and Arsenal for that final Champions League place.

And his performances under Leonardo Jardim have seen him linked with a move to England. Chelsea and Manchester United are both rumoured to be keen on former Marseille ace Mendy. Antonio Conte sets two objectives for champions Chelsea in their final match of the season against relegated Sunderland. On 19th May 2012, Chelsea beat Bayern Munich on penalties to claim their first UEFA Champions League crown.

Antonio Conte has confirmed that his wife and daughter are preparing to move to England this summer to live with him, further quashing rumours that he could decide to quit Chelsea to join Italian side Inter Milan. Chelsea will be presented with the Premier League trophy when they host Sunderland at Stamford Bridge on the final day of the season this Sunday.

Jose Mourinho is keen to be reunited with midfielder Nemanja Matic and has called on Manchester United to make a huge offer for the Chelsea star, according to reports. Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has had a stellar first year in charge at Stamford Bridge but insists his family are the No 1 priority ahead of next season.
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