Antonio Conte is eyeing a reunion with Kwadwo Asamoah according to reports circulating in the British media.
The Ghanaian is out of contract with Juventus in the summer and has a number of clubs interested in his services including Inter and Napoli. Conte brought Asamoah to Juventus in 2012 and the pair worked together for two years before Conte left Juventus to take charge of the Italian national team.
The Sun believe that the 30-year-old could be interested in an adventure elsewhere following nearly a decade in Italy and if Conte is to remain in charge at Stamford Bridge, Asamoah could opt for a move to London.
Asamoah has played 18 games in total this season across all competitions but often finds himself on the bench for multiple weeks in a row in between appearances. Aside from experience, Asamoah would also provide a team with great versatility with him capable of playing at left back, left wing and central midfield.
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