What Antonio Conte is doing to make a better player for Chelsea: Tiemoue Bakayoko

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is known to be a staunch disciplinarian and this accounts for why he’s succeeded in the clubs he has managed.

Chelsea new boy Tiemoue Bakayoko has revealed that the Antonio Conte reproves him in training as he tries to bring the best out of him, according to report.

Bakayoko joined Chelsea this summer from Monaco after a  £40million was brokered between Monaco and the Blues and the midfielder missed the start of this campaign as he was recovering from an injury. He made a timely return against Tottenham last weekend and his performance was pleasing.

Conte is known for the same touchline drama exhibited by Jose Mourinho but the Italian tactician reckoned before the start of the season that he’ll turn a new leave.

Nonetheless, it appears that he does the same in Chelsea training as claimed by new boy Bakayoko

“He yells at me in training every day,” said the French midfielder.

“I have got to be as precise as possible in everything that I do.

“When I was at Rennes and he was coaching Juventus, he was already watching me. I wanted to work with him and I am convinced he is going to improve me and help me reach my goals, personal and team.”

He went further to say:

“If you talk about the coach and not the club, the choice is logical. He is going to make me progress tactically, technically and mentally.

“I know where I signed and what the coach wants of me – I am not worried on that subject. It is only if I mess about and I don’t work that I will not play.”

Bakayoko is expected to partner his compatriot N’golo Kante in the middle of pack for Chelsea this season and so much is expected from bloke.