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Chelsea legend Frank Lampard dreams to become Blues manager “one day”, this is what he revealed speaking to Sky Sports’ Soccer AM this morning:

“If I was good enough, if they wanted me and it was the right time,” he claimed.

“As a Chelsea man or not, the job is one of the pinnacles of football, they are one of the top clubs in the world now. And I’m a Chelsea man. I wouldn’t have to move house!

“It might be a different route for me and might take a while but the dream would be to manage Chelsea one day.

“I’m more back onto it but the problem is getting my badges now. And having time to do it when I’m still playing.

“As soon as I finish I would like to take it up and maybe be a manager. It’s hard as I only want the Chelsea job!”

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Chelsea second goalkeeper Asmir Begovic revealed what is the team target in this new season under Antonio Conte:

“The main goal is the top four and we can do it,” Begovic is quoted as saying by The Daily Mirror.

“Of course we want to win the title but getting back in the Champions league is crucial.”

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Paris Saint-Germain have offered striker Edinson Cavani a new contract, but the Uruguay international has not made a decision over his future yet, according to Sport Mediaset.

His current deal runs until June 2018 and both Arsenal and Chelsea have been heavily linked with a move for the ex-Napoli star.

Manager Antonio Conte is said to be a huge fan of the 29-year-old, who could reportedly consider a move to the Premier League when the transfer market window reopens in January.

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Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson was often linked to Chelsea in the past months

Chelsea are considering a move to land Lazio starlet Felipe Anderson to Stamford Bridge when the transfer market window reopens in January, according to reports in the English press.

It is understood the 23-year-old has been repeatedly linked also with a move to Manchester United earlier last summer.

The Brazilian star is currently under contract with the Biancocelesti until June 2020 and recently changed his agent to Kia Joorabchian.

 

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Chelsea are confident to land former Manchester United youngster Michael Keane to the Stamford Bridge when the transfer market window reopens in January, according to Metro.

The Burnley centre-back is said to be happy hat the Turf Moor and the Clarets will reportedly offer him a new and improved deal as they want him to stay put also next season.

Keane has reportedly been targeted also by Manchester City despite Burnley are determined to try keeping him at least until the end of the season.

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Ruben Loftus-Cheek celebrating his first official goal with Chelsea against Scunthorpe © Francesca Ceciarini

Arsenal legend and now Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson claims England caretaker coach Gareth Southgate was wrong in not selecting two youngsters for the World Cup qualifier against Malta scheduled for tonight: Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Southampton winger Nathan Redmond.

“Redmond has done well at Southampton this season and every time he’s gone away with the under-21s he’s performed,” the former Arsenal, Villa and Portsmouth midfielder claimed.

“He’s turned up for every game but all of a sudden the senior squad comes and he’s not in it.

These lads might get disheartened,” he added.

The under-21s should be a stepping stone to the seniors. These players deserve a chance.

“Why isn’t Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the squad? It’s Malta. You can experiment. I reckon a lot of the under 21s thought they had a chance of getting in considering it was Gareth, their old boss.”

 

 

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Former Manchester City and Inter manager Roberto Mancini has been linked with England job after the FA invited him to Wembley to watch the World Cup qualifier against Malta tonight.

The Italian manager was sacked by Inter two months ago, on August 8, after misunderstanding with the directors and the new owners, the Chinese industry giant Suning, and a poor pre-season and was then replaced by ex Ajax coach Frank de Boer, so now he’s looking for a new job and he always stated that he would be honoured to be England coach, since he loves English football philosophy.

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After having a poor start of the season, Chelsea defender Gary Cahill admits he will try to corrects his errors to prove himself to the Blues and their new manager, Antonio Conte:

“The only people I have to prove myself to is the manager of the football club that I’m playing at and my teammates that I’m playing with,” the centre-back told the BBC.

“I made a few big errors and we all know that. I’m not stupid. I basically made my own mistakes out of nothing, so as ridiculously as bad as they were, they are also easy to correct.”

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