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In the last few days, Bayern Munich have expressed their interest in signing Chelsea‘s youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi.

The Blues defender Antonio Rudiger has revealed his team-mate asked him about the German giants, while now Marcos Alonso urges Hudson-Odoi to stay at Stamford Bridge as the Premier League is the best league to develop as a player.

He is a good player, but he is very young.” Marcos Alonso told Sky Sports. “He needs to have patience and to be hungry and fight for a place in this team. That is all he needs to do. He has all the conditions to be a great player. Now it is up to him to fight for a place here or try to find more minutes somewhere else.”

The Spaniard also claims especially Bayern Munich is not the right place for his young teammate. “Bayern Munich? We are Chelsea, another great team. The Premier League is the most competitive league in the world. I don’t know why someone would go to Bayern Munich.” Marcos Alonso underlines.

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Willian scored his third goal of the season in Chelsea‘s win at Turf Moor vs Burnley.

The Brazilian winger believes he and his teammates played one of their best games so far in their Premier League campaign.

I think we enjoyed the game and we played very well,” Willian told Chelsea’s official website. “From the beginning they started very well. In the first 10 minutes we coped with the pressure and we were in control. Then we had the ball, we tried to just play, move the ball and have possession. I think we played a great game.”

Willian also claims that the fact a lot of players are performing well and can compete for a place in the Starting XI is one of Chelsea’s secrets: “For sure it’s good for us,” he added, “We have players who are all playing very well and it’s good to have players performing like that.”

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Speaking to Tribal FootballChelsea star Eden Hazard has praised his team-mate N’golo Kante.

“We are lucky to have Kanté here on our team. He is intelligent off the field and on the field. We could see this in the first match”. Hazard said.

The French midfielder scored Chelsea’s first goal of the 2018-2019 Premier League campaign and Eden Hazard is now willing to teach him how to score more goals this season.  “He had not played in that position yet but after twenty minutes, he scored”. the Belgian star went on. “If he wants, I’m always there to show him even if I’m not a great finisher either but I think I’m a little better than him anyway.”

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Speaking to France Football, Kylian M’Bappe revealed that during the recent 2018 Russia World Cup spoke with Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante to convince him to join PSG.

I spoke to N’Golo during the World Cup, but not extensively because I know that when you bombard the brain with transfer stuff”. M’Bappe said. “At the end, I left a few words in his pockets, that he would have discovered once he got home to properly send a message.”

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Spanish striker Alvaro Morata opened the score on Boxing day vs Brighton at Stamford Bridge and today he spoke to the Blues official website expressing his respect for his team-mates and saying the race for the Premier League title is not closed yet.

It was very nice to get another goal. Not only Cesar and I but the entire team have a good understanding,” – Morata said -“It’s great to be playing here at Chelsea and playing with Cesar,’ said our summer signing. ‘He is an exceptional person and an exceptional player. We worked well in the second half to earn the win. It was a very important victory for us like every match will be for the rest of the season. It’s difficult, but we’ll do what we can. It will also be difficult for City to keep winning so many games. What we have to do is to pick up all the points available by winning every game. If we win, we can hope that they lose, because that is all we can do.”

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Three players sent off in just two games of the new season are too much, so Cesar Azpilicueta sends a message to all his team-mates ahead of Sunday’s London derby vs Tottenham at Wembley.

“If you see the last season when we were champions, we didn’t get a red card until the FA Cup Final and now we have had one in the Community Shield and against Burnley” – Azpilicueta told Standard Sport – “We know it is difficult 11 against 11 in this League so obviously when you are 10 against 11 it is even harder. When we are down to 10 men it is really difficult so we have to learn from this and hopefully we can do something on Sunday”.

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A very nice gesture by David Luiz in his farewell from PSG and his fans, right after he signed a contract to wear again the Chelsea shirt.

This is what the Brazilian defender posted on his Instagram account:

“Working life sometimes offers the opportunity to enjoy great moments of satisfaction.

“Thank you, President Nasser Al-Khelaifi, for all the good moments of satisfaction I experienced at Paris Saint-Germain.

I also thank all my team-mates, my two coaches, technical committee and all these amazing people employed by the club with whom I had the pleasure of sharing my days at the training centre and at Parc des Princes.

To you the fans a very big, BIG THANK YOU! After two seasons at PSG, we had the opportunity to share unforgettable moments! Together we celebrated two league titles, two Coupes de France, two Coupes de la Ligue and two Trophees des Champions!

I am very proud to have helped build some of the history of this great club PSG, and I am eternally grateful and happy to have played in the French championships!

“Paris Saint-Germain: I wish the very best for your next season! Thank you very much the city of Paris, for these beautiful moments!”

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RADAMEL FALCAO CHELSEA

Radamel Falcao joined Chelsea squad two weeks ago but he revealed to the club website that he’s already feeling like at home in his new team, since there is a great atmosphere and everybody is ready to help:

The atmosphere in the squad here is very good, they are very friendly with me and everybody gave me a big welcome.

“It helped to go away on tour with my new team-mates and since we returned to London we haven’t had a lot of free days, but some players have been helping me to get to know the city and helping me to look at houses so I am grateful to them for their help.

Falcao already knows the Premier League, having played last season at Manchester United:

It’s a lot more physical here than anywhere else in Europe. Maybe the football philosophy is a little different here in that it is always about getting the ball forward and there is less time when teams are just trying to control the ball and take the heat out of the game.

The Colombian striker reveals his team-mates are helping him a lot to settle in London:

“Once you get to know your team-mates, you all know when it is the right time to put your foot on the ball and take the heat out of the game and when it is the right time to go forward, all out.

“It’s a very, very competitive league where each team gives absolutely everything they’ve got in every game they play.

“It demands 100 per cent of your ability and focus because it is very competitive, very physical and tactical too. One particular positive is that the atmosphere in every ground here is fantastic.

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