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Everton striker Romelu Lukaku has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea this summer after failing to reach the European competitions with the Toffees, anyway the Belgium international has dismissed all the rumors by revealing he is happy at Goodison Park.

The former Chelsea striker told SkySports: “I left it all to my agent, he dealt with it”.

“I just went on holiday and when I came back the last game before the season started I had an injury. It kept me out for a long time. I couldn’t do anything with it,”

“So now for me it’s just my pre-season phase so I’m working really hard to be 100 per cent fit. As soon as I’m fit the goals will come for sure.”

It is understood Chelsea had a £60m bid plus Loic Remy – who joined Crystal Palace on a season-long loan – rejected by Everton earlier this summer.

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Michy Batshuayi scored twice in Chelsea 8-0 win over Atus Ferlach during a friendly match behind closed doors in Velden yesterday.

First half team: Blackman, Azpilicueta, Miazga, Hector, Baba Rahman, Kenedy, Mikel, Chalobah, Atsu, Loftus-Cheek, Remy 

Second half team: Blackman, Cuevas, Cahill, Miazga (Chalobah), Baba, Cuadrado, Fabregas, Mikel, Pedro, Loftus-Cheek (Remy ), Batshuayi

Goals: Remy (11, 41, 81), Mikel (35), Batshuayi (49, 67), Pedro (56, 76)

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Chelsea striker Loic Remy has been targeted by Turkish side Fenerbahce, according to the Mirror.

The Frenchman’s ownership is esteemed around £7m and also Lazio and Crystal Palace have been linked with a move for the 29-year-old.

Incoming Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is expected to be keen on revamping his squad when he takes charge at Stamford Bridge in order to join the Turkish Premier League this summer.

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Guus Hiddink spoke about the injury suffered by Loic Remy during Chelsea’s 4-0 away victory against Aston Villa today.

“It is a tendon, a groin problem,” said Hiddink “I think he will be out for a long period.”

He added: “I can’t say if Remy would play again this season because the doctor has to make analysis tomorrow and next week we will know more. But if you go out with this injury, my experience is you will not recover in just a few days.”

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Hiddink watching his players in the training ahead of PSG clash © Francesca Ceciarini

John Terry seems further from PSG clash: Chelsea captain is not training with the group that is on the pitch in this moment but he is working in the gym for personal fitness.

Diego Costa, Remy and Alexandre Pato were regularly training with the team and they can be selected by Guus Hiddink for tomorrow’s game.

We’ll have more team news this evening when the manager will speak at Stamford Bridge at 7 p.m. GMT.


You can follow the press conference on our website.

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On loan Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao failed in his attempts to return to Atletico Madrid on transfer deadline day.

It was reported that Falcao, 29, was in Madrid on deadline day, looking to end his torrid time in England. Which has seen him score just five goals in an injury hit year and a half in the Premier League at both Manchester United and Chelsea.

The forward, who has made just one start for Chelsea, couldn’t put pen to paper at Atletico due to Jackson Martinez’s reported transfer to China falling through.

Chelsea now have four different striking options in Falcao, Pato, Remy and Diego Costa.

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It is looking extremely unlikely that Chelsea will make any more transfers in the January window, as we draw ever closer to it being slammed shut.

The Blues have made two signings in this window, bolstering their attacking power with the signing of former AC Milan forward Alexandre Pato on a 6-month loan deal, and signing 6 ft 4in centre back Matt Miazga to help add to the defence.

With only 9 hours remaining on the English transfer window it is looking less likely the Londoners will add to their squad. But there are strong reports that French international Loic Remy could be leaving the Blues.

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Hiddink greeting a member of medical department © Francesca Ceciarini

After the win with Sunderland unused Chelsea subs where training on Stamford Bridge pitch under the vision of technical and medical staff when they received the “visit” of new Blues interim manager Guus Hiddink, legend Didier Drogba and owner Roman Abramovich.

Here is our exclusive gallery of the moment.

Please note that ALL the pictures are © Francesca Ceciarini, every abuse will prosecuted.

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Willian © Francesca Ceciarini

Begovic 7- Had little to do other than make two very good saves that kept the clean sheet.

Azpilicueta 7- A good performance overall, defended and got forward well.

Cahill 7- Defended well and scored the first goal.

Terry 7- Commanded the defence but was taken off shortly before the second goal to be replaced by Zouma.

Baba 7- Looked bright down the left and set up the third with a very good cross.

Fabregas 6- Started well but often gave the ball away, and did so more and more in the second half.

Matic 7- Dominated the pace of the game in the first half.

Willian 7.5- Another superb performance and another great goal.

Oscar 7.5- Energetic in the first and second half. Scored the third goal.

Hazard 7- Played well but did give the ball away a few times. Could have scored if it wasn’t for a good save.

Costa 6- Didn’t take his chances when they came his way and is still finding his spatial position.



Zouma 6- Came on for Terry and scored the final goal late on.

Pedro 7- Came on for Hazard and gave new energy when the team was tiring.

Remy 6- Came on for Willian, almost scored late on.



Jose Mourinho 7- The team played well save a few scares and should now qualify in top spot in the group. The changes had a positive effect when they were made.

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Chelsea striker Loic Remy had words of real appreciation for his team-mate Diego Costa, who’s currently suspended for another match in the Premier League but that probably will be back in the Champions League clash against Porto:

Diego is the kind of player who can switch on during the game and that’s a good thing because outside the pitch, he is such a funny guy and joking all the time. He is a different person on the pitch, but I think he is really passionate and that’s why he is like this. He never gives up and I think he is a very talented player.”

“You maybe need to ask John Terry or Kurt Zouma [what he is like to mark] and they will tell you better than me, but even at training he can show some good skills and score some good goals. He is a good player.”

“Off the pitch and in the dressing room, he is always doing cheeky things everywhere. For me, I am really happy and pleased to play with this kind of player. You learn a lot next to him. He is a striker, as I am, so I try to take an example from him and from Falcao as well.”


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