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Giroud’s agent meets with Inter Milan

Olivier Giroud’s agent, Michael Manuello, has met with directors from Inter Milan in order to try and arrange a permanent transfer for his client to the Serie A side. It has been suggested that personal terms have already been agreed on a contract that will run until 2022, but talks between Inter Milan and Chelsea are still continuing, and there ...

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Conte gets bumper pay-off

It cost Chelsea more than £26 million to get rid of former manager Antonio Conte and his backroom staff, according to the club’s latest accounts. Conte, now at Inter Milan, led Chelsea to the Premier League title in his first season in charge, but was dismissed in acrimonious circumstances a year later, in July 2018, with 12 months of his ...

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Lampard admits Giroud could leave

The speculation about the future of Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has hotted-up after his manager Frank Lampard, having previously stating he wanted to keep the World Cup winner at Stamford Bridge, finally admitted he could leave. Speaking after their FA Cup victory over Nottingham Forest on Sunday, where Giroud was an unused sub, Lampard said “If the conditions are that ...

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Chelsea considering ambitious Alaba bid

Chelsea are considering making a bold move for Bayern Munich left-back David Alaba in the January window, although it may cost them up to £60 million. The 27 year old Austrian international has 18 months left on his current contract at the Allianz Arena, where he has enjoyed a glittering career since making his debut for them as a 17 ...

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Premier League clubs eye Koulibaly

Chelsea and Tottenham have both been in touch with representatives of Senegalese defender Kalidou Koulibaly, with Arsenal are keeping tabs on developments. The towering Napoli centre-back was previously linked with a move to Manchester United when Jose Mourinho was manager at the club, but their bid for him was rejected by the Italian side. Instead they ended up paying a ...

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Drinkwater re-joins Chelsea

Danny Drinkwater has returned to Chelsea after his loan spell at Burnley came to an end. The former England midfielder moved to the Lancashire club in August hoping to resurrect his career, after making just five Premier League starts at Stamford bridge since his £35 million move from Leicester City in 2017. However, an incident outside a Manchester nightclub in ...

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Chelsea target not for sale

Any hopes that Chelsea had of signing striker Moussa Dembélé in the January transfer window have been quashed, with the French club insisting he is not for sale. Dembélé has been interesting Chelsea for some time and there were suggestions that the West London club were prepared to offer cash, plus Olivier Giroud as a makeweight to try and entice ...

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Abraham talks over new deal stall

Discussions between Chelsea and striker Tammy Abraham over a new deal have stalled, with money the main sticking point. The 22 year old is unhappy with what the club are offering, and wants to match the £180,000 performance related salary a week which his team mate Callum Hudson-Odoi receives. Hudson-Odoi is now one of the best paid teenagers in world ...

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Haaland signing frees up Sancho move

The signing of Erland Haaland by Borussia Dortmund has increased the likelihood that Jadon Sancho will leave the German club in January, with Chelsea his preferred destination. Dortmund beat a host of clubs, including Manchester United, to the signature of the Red Bull Salzburg striker, but the repercussions of the move are likely to benefit another Premier League side. That ...

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Chelsea set to offer right-back new deal

Chelsea want to offer a new deal to right-back Tariq Lamptey. The 19 year old from Hillingdon is another graduate of their academy, and made his debut on Sunday when he came on as a substitute in the second-half at the Emirates on Sunday, helping his side turn around a one goal deficit to win with two goals in the ...

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