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Chelsea monitoring Osimhen situation

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Chelsea are monitoring the situation of striker Victor Osimhen. The Nigerian had helped the Italian club win the Serie A title last season, and they were in talks ot give him a lucrative new deals. Things, though, have subsequently soured, and he is even considering the club after they mocked him on their in-house social media channels for missing a ...

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Gunners considering Watkins move

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Arsenal are considering making a move for Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins. A lack of a top striker capable of scoring regularly is beginning to hurt the Gunners’ title chances and they are now looking for solutions. Brentford’s Ivan Toney is one possibility, although there are concerns about his lack of match fitness after his lengthy ban. And his image may ...

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Chelsea in left-back hunt

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Despite having Ben Chilwell and Marc Cucurella at their disposal, and having allowed Lewis Hall to leave on loan to Newcastle, Chelsea are still in the market for a left-back. And reports in Italy suggest that the two names on their shopping list for January are Federico Dimarco, currently playing for Inter Milan, and Theo Hernandez, who plays for their ...

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Jorginho could leave Arsenal in January

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Jorginho could leave Arsenal in January. The 31 year old is in the final year of his contract at the Emirates, and there has been no suggestion that he will be offered a new deal. And whilst he has previously indicated that he is happy at the Emirates, his lack of first-team opportunities could see him tempted to cut his ...

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Cucurella wants Stamford Bridge exit

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Marc Cucurella wants to leave Chelsea in January. Bought from Brighton last summer for an initial fee of £55 million, he has never shown in a Chelsea shirt the form that persuaded the Blues to pay that money for him. He was linked with a loan move to Manchester United before the transfer window closed, but the deal failed to ...

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Abraham set for Chelsea return?

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Tammy Abraham could be set for a dramatic return to Chelsea. The academy graduate left for Roma two years ago and became one of the best strikers in Serie A, although he is out of action currently after picking up an ACL injury on the final day of last season. However, with the Blues lack of goals a continuous theme ...

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More Stamford Bridge departures likely

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Although the focus has, inevitably, been on how much has been spent on new players, what has been overlooked has been the number of those leaving the club since Clearwater Capital and Todd Boehly took over. There were more than 20 departures in the summer alone, and whilst several of those were fringe players, included in their number were some ...

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Chelsea ready to loan Mudryk out

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Chelsea are ready to loan out winger Mykhailo Mudryk in the hope that it could help the Ukrainian discover his lost form. Much was made of Mudryk’s arrival at Stamford Bridge in January, with Chelsea snatching him from under the noses of Arsenal who had been working for months on a deal to bring him to North London. They paid ...

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Ødegaard becomes Arsenal’s highest paid player

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Martin Ødegaard has become the highest paid player at Arsenal after signing a new deal with the club. The 24 year old club captain was in the final two years of his current contract at the Emirates, and was starting to attract interest from other teams. However, all such speculation has been shut down after he put pen to paper ...

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Arsenal tracking Dortmund winger

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Arsenal are tracking Borussia Dortmund winger Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, who has been described as the next “Jude Bellingham” and not just because he is English too. Born in London, the 19 year old spent time in the academy systems of various clubs, including Reading, Chelsea and Manchester City, before following in the footsteps of Bellingham, and Jadon Sancho before then by ...

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