Antonie Conte Is one of the managers that understand the transfer window well, but it seems things as gone out of hands for him this time as his new signing haven’t done anything special so far.
However, Conte as failed to get discourage despite the disappointment here and there. Now the Italian gaffer has reached with Middlesbrough and they have sealed a loan deal for Chelsea midfielder Lewis Baker until the end of the campaign.
It thought that the 22-year spent the last two seasons on loan at with Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem, where he contributed greatly in helping his side win the KNVB Cup back in April.
Lewis Baker has shown he is an important member of the English squad during their Under-21 European Championships showing this summer, and he also featured in Chelsea’s friend pre-season tour at China and Singapore.
He said after complete move to Garry Monk’s side:
“It’s going to be an exciting season, there are a lot of games in the Championship.
“I’m here to give my input and hopefully get the club back to the Premier League. Hopefully we can do that together.”
On the other hand, Middlesbrough are expected to come back from their opener match lost to Wolves when they play their second game which is said to be Sheffield United this weekend.