Here is Sunday’s news and gossip concerning Chelsea:
The Blues are planning to offer both Juan Cuadrado and Ramires in a bid to land Juventus talisman Paul Pogba, according to the Daily Star.
The pair’s futures at Stamford Bridge appear to be very uncertain following the arrival of Barcelona winger Pedro.
Chelsea’s hopes of landing Everton defender John Stones appear to have been a dealt a blow, after the Daily Star claimed that the 21-year-old does not plan to hand in a transfer request.
Jose Mourinho plans to test the Toffees’ resolve by making a £40m bid for the centre-back.
The Premier League champions have been offered the chance to sign former AC Milan striker Alexandre Pato, the Daily Telegraph report, in a deal worth £11m.
Manchester United have also been offered the Corinthians forward, who has endured a challenging few years.
Mourinho has claimed that striker Diego Costa receives unfair treatment from officials after claiming that if he had elbowed Fernandinho in the manner for which the City man was booked, the Spain international would have been sent off, the Daily Mirror report.
“I can guarantee you, if Diego Costa does that, it’s a red card. And if not a red card, there will be video footage and suspension. I can guarantee that,” he said.
Finally, Chelsea are set to move to Wembley for three seasons while Stamford Bridge is expanded to a capacity of 60,000, the Daily Mirror report.