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Chelsea took the Premier League by storm last term, finishing eight points clear of Tottenham to win the trophy for the second time in three years.
Antonio Conte made an immediate impression in English football, steering Chelsea to the prize with an enthusiastic and eye-catching style of management.
However, the Blues boss has cut a far more sulkier figure this summer.
The Italian is understood to be frustrated at their failure to land top targets – despite already signing Antonio Rudiger, Willy Caballero, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Alvaro Morata
He said as much after their Community Shield defeat to Arsenal on Sunday, urging Chelsea chiefs to splash the cash.
Regardless of their off-field troubles, many expect Conte’s men to be challenging for the title again.
But pundits Redknapp and Keown think they will miss out on the top four altogether.
“Mine is Man City, if they sort out the defence, Tottenham, Man United, Liverpool,” Redknapp told the Daily Mail when asked who he thinks will make the cut.