Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte gives the court the remaining salary for the contract he has with Blue.
Italy was published one year before the end of its contract and believes that it will receive a full amount of the agreed prize, while Londoners have a clear disagreement.
Skyports says his lawyers have been working for two weeks in two cases, while Chelsea wants a meeting with Italy to reach an agreement, but he refuses to meet his former employers.
According to some allegations, Cote also claims damages of £ 8.7 million and his remaining salaries for the last year's contract of 11.3 million, so earning € 20 million is stable.
Chelsea, however, is reluctant to pay so much money by accusing Contea of abuse and multiple offenses at Stamford Bridge during her stay, including without taking part in various sponsorship events, delaying press conferences and improper parking at club base Cobham.