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Conte Confirms Solanke Wants To Leave

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However, due to the player's age, Liverpool will have to pay compensation for the England youth global, and reports suggests a fee of around £8million could see the deal go through.

Solanke has not been able to break into the senior setup at Chelsea and has not turned out for the first team since his 2014 debut in the UEFA Champions League against Maribor.

It is understood that Solanke, who has been at Chelsea since joining their Under-8s side, has been telling friends he is going to sign for Liverpool, although the Merseyside club claim they are not interested.

"I don't know [about his future] I should have a crystal ball to tell you about his future", Conte said.

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Antonio Conte has confirmed Dominic Solanke wants to leave Chelsea after talks over a new deal broke down.

Asked whether Solanke's decision to leave was a good one, the Italian manager explained that it wasn't for him to say.

"For now it seems to be his will and this question is for him to answer; Chelsea are a great club for young players to be in. I wish him and his family the best". "I'm only with Chelsea seven months. But we must have great respect for every decision that the player can take", he told reporters.

But Chelsea are refusing to meet those demands and are set to allow Solanke's contract to expire.

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