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Felix unsure about Chelsea future

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Joāo Felix is unsure if he has a future at Chelsea or not. The Portuguese international joined the Premier League club from Atlético Madrid in January on loan, with the loan fee reported to be £8 million. He was sent off on his debut for Fulham for a reckless tackle and had to serve a three match ban,  but returned ...

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Inter want to extend Lukaku loan

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Inter Milan want to extend Romelu Lukaku’s loan at the club from Chelsea. Despite joining the West London club for a record fee of £97.5 million in the summer of 2020, The Belgian international spent just one season at the club before he was loaned back to Inter Milan after struggling at Stamford Bridge. He is reported to be happy ...

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Aubameyang on verge of MLS move

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is closing to a move to the MLS. Signed by Thomas Tuchel just before the German was sacked, the former Arsenal striker has endured a tough time in West London, and was struggling for game time, even before the arrival of all the January signings at the club. He has managed just three goals in 17 appearances for ...

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Gallagher future up for debate

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The future of Conor Gallagher at Chelsea is up for debate. It has been reported that no fewer than five clubs were interested in signing the midfielder before transfer deadline day, but Chelsea were unwilling to sanction a move before they had secured the services of Enzo Fernandez. Now that the Argentine has arrived at the club, that has cast ...

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Chelsea could turn to Enriqué

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Chelsea are open to the idea of hiring Luis Enriqué as their head coach if they decide to replace Graham Potter. The Englishman is under no immediate pressure for his job, and is going to be given time to turn things round at Stamford Bridge. Despite their record spend in the January transfer window, they are only ninth in the ...

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Atlético leading race for Kanté

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Atlético Madrid have moved ahead of Juventus in the race to sign Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kanté. The 31 year old is out of contract at Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, and does not likely to be offered a new deal in the light of his recent injury problems. He has missed the last six months with a ...

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Chelsea set for summer clear-out

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There could be a major clear-out of players at Chelsea following the club’s spending spree in January. That is because failure to qualify for next season’s Champions League could potentially leave them in breach of FFP (Financial Fair Play) regulations. Potentially nine players could depart Stamford Bridge as a result. They include midfielders Conor Gallagher and Mason Mount, defenders Trevoh ...

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Boehly tried to sign Amrabat

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Not content with spending over £300 million in the January transfer window and breaking the British record to sign Enzo Fernandez on deadline day, it seems Chelsea had even more ambitious plans. That is because it has now emerged that Todd Boehly made an audacious approach to sign Moroccan midfielder Sofyan Amrabat on loan. Defensive midfielder Amrabat was one of ...

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Chelsea to give Potter time

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Chelsea are to give Graham Potter time to build a winning team after sanctioning a spend of over £300 million in the transfer window. They recognise that it is unrealistic to expect instant results and that it may time to mould a winning team, especially with so many new faces which will need to be integrated. In their first match ...

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Fingers pointed at Chelsea after Ziyech move fails

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Fingers are being pointed at Chelsea after Hakim Ziyech’s proposed move to PSG fell through. The Moroccan was given permission by the West London club to move to the French club on loan for the rest of the season and had flown to Paris ahead of the deadline on Tuesday to finalise the transfer. However, it subsequently transpired that Chelsea ...

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