Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte gives the club a court on the remaining salary on the contract he has with Blue.
The Italian was released one year before the end of the contract and believes he should get the full amount of the agreed reward, while London's unfortunately is completely different.
Skyports reports that his lawyers have worked for weeks in two cases, while Chelsea wants a meeting with the Italian to reach an agreement, but he refuses to meet his previous employers.
According to some claims, Cote claims an additional compensation for £ 8.7 million injuries, as well as his remaining salary for the last year of the contract amounting to 11.3 million, so that a solid amount of 20 million is earned.
Chelsea, however, is reluctant to pay so much money by accusing Conte of misconduct and a number of violations during his stay at Stamford Bridge, including not participating in various sponsorship events, delaying press conferences and wrong parking at the Cobham club base.