JORGINHO SET TO LEAVE CHELSEA

 

In the last few weeks Coach Frank Lampard has shown that he can build his team and get results without the need for Jorginho. The signee of his predecessor also seems resigned to exit Stamford Bridge. The issue now is receiving a fair offer for the player, per reports.


There are already rumours that Maurizio Sarri is pushing for the Italian midfield maestro to join him in Turin. Now that Barcelona would likely take Miralem Pjanic, there would be space for Jorginho to operate in the midfield.
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CHELSEA MUST LEARN FROM DEFEAT

Former Chelsea and Bayern Munich midfielder Michael Ballack has aired his opinion on the outcome of the clash between two of his old sides. Bayern Munich claimed a famous victory at Stamford Bridge, as they condemned Frank Lampard’s men to 3-0 defeat.


The former German international stated the 3-0 defeats for the Blues will stand as a learning process for Frank Lampard and his young squad.
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RONALDO’S MUM SUFFERS HEALTH SCARE

Ronaldo has been given a leave of absence by his club Juventus to attend to his mother. The mother of the superstar is hospitalized after suffering a suspected stroke.

The 5 time Ballon D’or winner has returned to Portugal and he is likely to miss the Copa Italian match against AcMilan on Wednesday. Head coach Mauricio Sarri declared the player will likely miss the match as he is currently in Portugal with his mother.

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DOES CHELSEA REALLY NEED ISCO?

There are reports that Isco could exit Real Madrid due to playtime and the game suiting his style. Zinedine Zidane has options and ideas that do not necessarily favourIsco. There are now more links with a move to the Premier League. With Chelsea joining in the conversation, El Desmarque claims the player would prefer Manchester City to the Blues.

With David Silva set to exit the side, could Isco slip in naturally and continue the good work of the Spaniard? There has not been much traction from Pep Guardiola regarding the deal. The change in scenery and a fresh challenge could help the talented attacker burst into life again.

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GIROUD SHOULD BE CONTENT WITH HIS STRENGTH

There are strikers who are good for what they can do and there are others who are revered for what they allow others to do. Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud belongs to the latter.


Drogba is still referred to as one of the greatest players to lead the Blue’s attacking line but despite scoring above 20 goals in just two seasons, it is his impact off the ball that made it very hard to notice that he doesn’t put in the numbers of a typical striker.
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Chelsea Star Player Put to Rest after Injury

Emerson Palmieri, the defender for Chelsea has calmed down over his injury that he suffered while he was playing against Finland for Italy. He allayed that the injury that he suffered from was not at all serious and he will be able to manage the plays with it.

The beginning for the 25-year-old player has been good so far for the four Premier League matches that he has played for Chelsea this season. He has played well in the UEFA Super Cup as well. But he was withdrawn after eight minutes of play at the qualifier match for Euro 2020. Fans saw Emerson squeezing his hamstring as he was chasing Teemu Pukki, the defender for Norwich at the beginning of the match. But as soon as he received treatment for the injury, he easily subbed off.
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CHELSEA CONFIDENT OF COMPLETING DOUBLE TRANSFER

Chelsea are getting closer to announce the arrival of Frank Lampard from Derby County as their new manager. It is understood that the Championship club would be paid £5 million as compensation fee for the services of the Englishman.

Lampard would be expected to take the reins at the club where he was successful as a player in the early part of the decade. He is also the leading goalscorer in the club’s history and would be tasked with leading the club for a title push next season.
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Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri takes positives from Liverpool defeat

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has taken positives from the club’s 2-0 Premier League defeat to Liverpool. The Blues had the opportunity to throw a spanner into the Reds’ title hopes on Sunday, but that was not the case as Jurgen Klopp’s side managed to outclass them with the better creativity in the second period.

Speaking after the game, Sarri indicated that he was pleased with the performance from the Blues despite being on the losing end, he said: “I think it was a great game of football even though we lost. Liverpool are one of the great teams in Europe at this moment, but we stayed in the match until the end. Three months ago we wouldn’t have been able to do that. So we are improving, but it’s very difficult because here in England, the standard is really high. To close the gap on Manchester City and Liverpool it will be very, very difficult. But now we are really very close to the other teams.”
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Chelsea’s Regression towards Mid Table Mediocrity

On previous Sunday at Ethiad, Roman Abramovich looked at the dismantling of Sarri ball publicly. Nowadays the so-called owner of Chelsea doesn’t attend any of the matches of the club. He was not even seen at the training base of Chlesa, Cobham. He stopped turned up at the matches of the club and Cobham after the British Government put stringent restrictions on the vias of the investors. This tightening by the British government was due to the incident of last year, the Salisbury poisoning.

No more the club owner sends text messages on the defeats to the managerial team of the club. The text contained a single question mark, as reported by Fabio Caressa, an Italian journalist. This was revealed in the case of Carlo Ancelotti. Ancelotti was the manager of Chelsea in the time period of 2009 to 2011. During his managerial time period, the club won a FA Cup and Premier League title.  Meanwhile the club title is Manchester United. This made the club owner agitated.
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SARRI: KANTE MUST STICK TO MIDFIELD ROLE

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has sent an order to Chelsea midfielder N’GoloKante to stick to his role in midfield after having individual post-mortems with his Chelsea players following their defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.

Spurs won the game 3-1 at Wembley on a cold Saturday evening to end Sarri’s perfect start to life in Chelsea, an 18-game unbeaten run and the Italian manager wants to see a reaction from his boys.
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