Antonio Conte confirms Chelsea player can quit club: Liverpool eyeing deal

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Solanke has featured in Europe for Chelsea but he is yet to make a Premier League appearance and last season he spent the campaign on loan at Vitesse in the Netherlands, managing seven goals in 25 Eredivisie outings.

The England Under-21 global has been linked with a move to Liverpool, and Conte confirmed that the player is considering leaving the club.

An England under-21 worldwide, Solanke is a talented player and netted 61 goals for a variety of Chelsea youth teams between 2013 and 2015, per Johnson.

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Highly-rated young Chelsea striker Dominic Solanke is set for a shock summer move to Liverpool.

"I don't know [about his future] I should have a crystal ball to tell you about his future", Conte said.

"I think this question is better for him". The striker has scored goals for fun at every youth level, and has always been tipped as the next player to break into the first team.

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The 19-year-old's contract expires in the summer, although Chelsea will be entitled to compensation worth at least £8m due to rules regarding academy-trained players leaving before the age of 24.

Although Conte is expected to rest several first-team players for the FA Cup visit to Wolves on Sunday, it is unlikely Solanke will be involved - with Michy Batshuayi likely to be picked as the lone centre-forward instead.

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