Chelsea paid more than 90 million pounds (106 million euros) in compensation for prematurely dismissed coaches since coming into the club by Roman Abramovich in 2004, reports Sky Sports.
About one third of this amount of the penalty, including court costs and 30 million euros in the headquarters Antonio Conte, who was fired in July 2018.
Conte took charge of Chelsea in 2016, and he has a year left on the contract, but the team took fifth place in the English Premier League and failed to qualify for the Champions League, and that was the reason for the dismissal. Although a year earlier “retired” under his leadership won the Premier League, and in may 2018 and the FA Cup.
In his place came another Italian, Maurizio Sarri, who also suffered to consider early departure from Stamford bridge in the summer of 2019.