Cesc Fabregas has said he believes the timing of his move away from Barcelona and back to the Premier League with Chelsea was the right point in his career to do so, according to Sky Sports.
The Spaniard left Arsenal to re-sign for boyhood club Barcelona back in 2011 but has returned to the English top flight after enduring a limited starting berth in the first XI – despite making 55 appearances last season where he scored 13 goals, ...More
Atletico Madrid have opened talks with Chelsea over the possibility of striker Fernando Torres making a return to the Spanish capital, writes ESPN.
According to reports, Atletico chief executive Miguel Angel Gil Marin was in London over the weekend to discuss the possible deal, and the talks are set to resume when he returns to Madrid. Chelsea would accept a fee of £13m for the Spaniard, but Atletico are aiming to claim their former ...More
Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has moved a step closer to agreeing a sensational return to Stamford Bridge after he text his old teammates to hint at his possible arrival, the Daily Mail.
Having left Galatasaray at the end of his contract Drogba has been drawing interest from sides in Qatar as well as Italian giants Juventus.
However he has a strong relationship with Blues boss Jose Mourinho since signing for him back in 2004 ...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has insisted that he is unruffled by the appointment of Louis van Gaal as manager of rivals Manchester United, Sky Sports has reported.
The Dutchman was chosen by United to replace David Moyes after a disappointing season in which they finished seventh and as a result failed to qualify for Europe. He previously worked with Mourinho for three years at Barcelona, while they came up against each other in th...More
Chelsea striker Romalu Lukaku could be set to remain at the club for next season, with manager Jose Mourinho reluctant to allow any more first team players to leave, the Metro has reported.
Mourinho has already allowed strikers Demba Ba and Samuel Eto’o to depart Stamford Bridge this summer, leaving him with just three striking options ahead of the new season. He said on Friday that had finished his transfer business for the summer, ...More
Veteran Frank Lampard could complete his move to Manchester City owned New York City FC next week following his release from Chelsea this summer, BBC Sport has reported.
Lampard is currently on a short holiday after representing England at the World Cup in Brazil, but could find himself New York’s latest big name signing with the club having already tied up terms with Spanish striker David Villa.
The 36-year-old spent 13 years at St...More
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