Saturday’s biggest Chelsea news and transfer rumour roundup.
Chelsea have agreed a £69m deal to sign 22-year-old Juventus and France midfielder Paul Pogba, while attacking midfielders Oscar, 23, Willian, 27, and Juan Cuadrado, 27, could go the other way, according to The Sun.
Juve have displayed an interest in all three players already this summer and could use this as an excuse to bring one or more of them on board.
The Blues are ready to spend a combined £100m on former Manchester United youngster Pogba and Everton defender John Stones, 21, the Daily Star reports.
However, Roberto Martinez has warned John Stones that even if he puts in a transfer request Everton will not be forced to sell him to Chelsea, the Daily Star reports.
Chelsea will listen to offers for 24-year-old winger Victor Moses, with Tottenham and Aston Villa interested in the Nigeria international, ESPN reports.
Stories earlier in the summer had suggested that Jose Mourinho was willing to give the Nigerian international a chance to establish himself in the Blues first team.
Claudio Ranieri holds no grudge with Jose Mourinho – and branded him “a nice boy”, the Daily Mirror reports.
Mourinho replaced Ranieri at Chelsea as Roman Abramovich prepared to pour his millions into the club, as the Blues prepared for a decade of success.
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