Axed David Luiz watches Chelsea win from stands

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That's according to Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam in the wake of the Brazil worldwide being dropped for Sunday's showdown with Manchester United.

Conte said on Sunday that he doesn't know whether Luiz has a future at Stamford Bridge and according to the Times, Costa could be the cause of him being dropped and frozen out.

A Facebook post David Luiz produced four years back has resurfaced following recent events. "Thank you and all my fans".

But The Guardian report that Conte will permit Luiz to return to full training with the rest of the first team squad who are not involved in internationals on Wednesday afternoon.

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"It's simple", he said. He can get on with the others, or he can sit in the stands. I have these players, and then I repeat I have to make the best decision for the team. "I have to make the best decision for the team". I did this and I think Christensen played a massive game.

Conte had the last word, as Chelsea beat Atletico 2-1 in a dramatic Champions League clash at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium with Costa's replacement Alvaro Morata scoring and the Brazilian watching sullenly from the stands.

"He's not been playing well", Wilkins told Premier League Daily. Conte warned him about such behaviour in the future and if the reports turn out to be true, Conte may not yet be fully satisfied with the Brazilian's attitude in training. It's normal. I have to make the best decision for the club, not for a single player.

"Conte has been quick to offload any revolting players in the past, and if the club's hierarchy continue to back the Italian, it would come as no surprise to see Luiz shipped in the January transfer window at just 6/4". "Sometimes I can do the best things for my team".