After mounting speculation about Eden Hazard’s future Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has confirmed the player is poised to sign a new deal with the club, the BBC is reporting.
The likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain were linked with big money offers for the Belgian in the summer but it appears that he will be a Stamford Bridge player for the foreseeable future.
The player will reportedly sign a five year contract worth around £...More
Eden Hazard is set to sign a new five-year contract with Premier League leaders Chelsea that would make the Belgium international the club’s highest-paid player, the Daily Telegraph has reported.
It’s believed Hazard’s new deal, which has been awaiting the playmaker’s signature for the last few months, will see him paid in the region of £200,000 a week. Hazard has routinely been linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain, the Telegrap...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has laughed off talk of his side winning an unprecedented four major trophies this season after they moved into the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup, writes the Daily Mail.
Tuesday’s 3-1 victory away to Championship high-flyers Derby County put Mourinho within three matches of regaining the first trophy that he won during his initial tenure at Stamford Bridge, while they lead the Premier League by thre...More
League One Sheffield United booked their place in the Capital One Cup semi-finals thanks to a massive upset as they beat Premier League Southampton 1-0 at Bramall Lane, Sky Sports is reporting.
The Blades welcomed a Southampton side who were looking to put four straight league defeats behind them in a bid to recapture the form that had previously propelled them to second in the table.
However it wasn’t to be on a miserable night for...More
Premier League leaders Chelsea go to Championship high-flyers Derby County looking to earn a place in the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup.
The home side are among the favourites to be promoted to the top-flight this season after suffering heartache in the play-off final last time around at the hands of 10-man Queens Park Rangers. Despite losing on Saturday to fellow promotion chasers Middlesbrough, they are still handily placed.
Cesc Fabregas has said the reason he left Barcelona for Chelsea was because he believed he would be made to feel important under Jose Mourinho, ESPN has reported.
Fabregas left Barca for Arsenal as a teenager and returned to the Camp Nou in the summer of 2011, having made more than 300 appearances for the Gunners. He featured over 150 times for Barca upon his return but headed back to the Premier League shortly before the World Cup i...More
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