Emanuele Giulianelli of The Sun has reported Chelsea are looking to sign Juventus centre-back Leonardo Bonucci this summer and they are prepared to offer him a four-year deal worth around £115,000 per week.
Allegri accused the central defender of not following his instructions as Juventus were blown away by Real Madrid for their fifth successive Champions League final defeat.
Bonucci has been a long-standing target for the Blues and could have joined last summer, but chose to stay in Turin as his son was ill.
The Sun note that Allegri is a big fan of Matic and would likely welcome the exchange.
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It's claimed Chelsea will meet with the agent of Juventus full-back Alex Sandro, for whom they could offer €40m [£35m].
The Champions League adds the workload on the Blues' current squad, and Conte will be hoping to rotate his options in order to avoid a league stumble as in the 2015/16 season.
The Belgium international's hold-up play, ability to create chances for team-mates (as attested to by his seven league assists) and his overall confident style would make him the flawless addition to a club looking to dominate across all four fronts next campaign. "Antonio Conte has told me by message that I do not follow at Chelsea and that's it. Conte said he did not count on me for next season".
Last year, Mahrez was PFA Player of the Year and Leicester City were the darlings of the football world after their shocking title win.
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