17th + 18th August 2021 , Chelsea Transfer News Roundup

Tammy Abraham Tammy Abraham's move to Roma has been confirmed. He will take up the number 9 shirt at Roma and be managed by Chelsea legend Jose Mourinho. Tammy Abraham rejected a number of late overtures from Premier League clubs in favour of sealing a transfer to Roma. Abraham has long accepted that his future... Continue Reading →

16th August 2021 , Chelsea Transfer News Roundup

Emerson Palmieri The case of the left side of PSG Layvin Kurzawa is too complex to lead for the Lyon leaders, who prioritize the track leading to the Italian European champion Chelsea Emerson, in advanced contacts. (lequipe) A fee for Emerson could be around £15m. (The Guardian) Davide Zappacosta Chelsea have received approaches from Italian... Continue Reading →

20th July 2021 , Chelsea Transfer News Roundup

Emerson Palmieri Napoli remain in talks with Emerson and Chelsea. Chelsea reportedly want €20m for the Italian. (Via CorSport) Emerson does in fact want a return to Italy and thus could make the transfer happen quicker than if he was reluctant to leave West London. Marcus Bettinelli Chelsea are interested in former Fulham goalkeeper to... Continue Reading →

14th July 2021 , Chelsea Transfer News Roundup

Erling Haaland One of the busiest days for one of the most lucrative transfer sagas of the summer. One of the biggest sports newspapers in the world, BILD released lots of details about a potential Haaland deal today. Firstly, they mention that Chelsea want to guide Erling Haaland to London with a mega offer of... Continue Reading →

Deals to look out for in the next 36 hours…

It's almost time for some of the most exciting and frustrating hours in world football - transfer deadline day. Chelsea are normally heavily involved, with the likes of David Luiz, Ashley Cole and Fernando Torres all previously joining us on the last day of a two month long window. This time though, it seems as... Continue Reading →

Alonso v Emerson – Who should stay?

It is no secret that Chelsea have suffered on the left side of their backline since the departure of veteran Ashley Cole. Current Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta stepped up to the task when he joined the Blues, but the Spaniard appeared more comfortable on the right-hand side, despite solid performances at left-back. During the second... Continue Reading →

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