The Premier League club’s most recent records show they paid a sum of £26.6m in pay to previous lead trainer Conte and his reserved alcove staff and legitimate expenses.
Conte was sacked by Chelsea in July 2018 following two years in control, and was later supplanted by Maurizio Sarri.
Previous Italy midfielder Conte controlled Chelsea to the 2017 Premier League title yet was rejected a year later with a year left on his agreement as the group completed fifth and neglected to meet all requirements for the Champions League.
“Outstanding things in the momentum year of £26.6m identify with changes in regard of the men’s group the executives and training staff, together with related lawful costs,” read Chelsea’s most recent arrangement of distributed records, for the year finishing June 30, 2019.
Conte, who is right now responsible for Inter Milan, likewise drove Chelsea to triumph in the 2018 FA Cup, with a 1-0 win over Manchester United in the last.
Chelsea have paid more than £90m in remuneration to sacked directors since Roman Abramovich took responsibility for club in 2004.