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With Michael Emenalo having left Chelsea, now the London club are looking for the right profile to take his role.

In the last few days Frank Lampard has been linked with the role of technical director at Chelsea, but now, according to The Sun, another strong candidate could be Blues legend Gianfranco Zola who spent seven years at Stamford Bridge during his career.

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Chelsea and Barcelona will place further bids for Napoli defensive star and Senegal international Kalidou Koulibaly, according to reports in The Sun and Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo.  face competition from Barcelona for Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly, according to The Sun.

It is understood the Serie A giants are confident they can keep the 26-year-old at San Paolo this season, having rejected several bids from the Blues last summer. 

Chelsea reportedly made a £53m bid for the centre-back in June, but Napoli‘s president Aurelio De Laurentiis rejected any offer as he rates Koulibaly a key player in Maurizio Sarri‘s system.

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According to The Sun, goalkeeper Eduardo wants to leave Chelsea.

The article suggests that the Portuguese keeper, who signed a contract extension this summer, believed to be Thibaut Courtois back-up, but then Chelsea reached a deal with Willy Caballero and now Eduardo fears he could lose his place in the Portugal team who will play the World Cup next summer in Russia.

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According to The Sun Nemanja Matic has agreed personal terms with Manchester United.

It seems the time at Stamford Bridge for the midfielder is over and Matic next season will play again for Jose Mourinho.

Antonio Conte, however, can now use the money for Matic’s transfer to buy another midfielder, probably Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco.

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The Sun Sport: Eden for title – Hazard: we are close

The Daily Telegraph: Hazard at the double – Spurs’ late win keeps up pressure



The Daily Express: Back in the old routine – Hazard puts Blues on title track again

The Times: City floored by Hazard’s double striker

Mirror Sport: Dirty Diego – Chelsea march on but face losing Diego Costa for three games


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Chelsea striker Diego Costa has accepted a new and improved contract to stay at Stamford Bridge, according to exclusive reports in The Sun.

The Spaniard reportedly put the pen to paper on a deal which will see the striker as the Blues’ highest earner above Cesc Fabregas.

The 28-year-old was linked with a lucrative move to Chinese Super League last month before he decided to stay.

Anyway, Costa has allegedly agreed a five-year contract worth £220,000-a-week plus add-ons.

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Chelsea are still confident they can persuade AC Milan centre-back Alessio Romagnoli when the transfer market window opens in January, according to The Sun.

The 21-year-old’s ownership is reportedly esteemed around £50m and the Rossoneri will consider to accept the offer should be met the price-tag.

“The fact there was an offer was pleasing – Romagnoli recently revealed – but I am even more gratified by the fact Milan said no,”


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Reports in the Sun have claimed that Chelsea have already signed a deal with Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri to become their new boss at the end of the season.

The article also claims that Juve are aware of this, and are currently seeking a replacement.

The Blues have been linked with a host of managers in recent weeks, as they look for a permanent figure to lead the team after interim boss Guus Hiddink departs at the end of the season.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes, Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino and Chile boss Jorge Sampaoli have all been linked with the position, among others.

However, it is believed Sampaoli could be replacing Allegri in Turin after Chelsea contacted 48-year old representatives, with talks said to be successful.

It is believed that Allegri, who managed AC Milan before his move to Juve, could be on his way to London to finalise a deal – however, this is unconfirmed.


Ross Barkley had a crucial role in Chelsea's draw vs Manchester United at Stamford Bridge, scoring the 2-2's goal in injury time. Speaking to the club's official webisite, the midfielder now admits he...