Thibaut Courtois has already left Chelsea and England ahead of his potential move to UEFA Champions League winners Real Madrid, even though his parent club is yet to agree a deal for the transfer. (as per The Telegraph)
Even though Alvaro Morata only joined Chelsea last summer, the Spaniard looks to be heading to the exit door already, as his disappointing performances have led the club to believe they need to reinvest in another forward this summer.
Having failed to secure the signing of Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, who opted to join Manchester United, Pep Guardiola has now allegedly made Eden Hazard his top summer priority, as he looks to tempt Chelsea into selling their best player with a gigantic £100 million bid, Daily Star has revealed.
Borussia Dortmund are looking for a new manager, after it became clear that Peter Stoger would not be offered a new contract at the Signal Iduna Park, and they have reportedly approached Andre Villas-Boas with an offer to become the new Dortmund manager, according to Goal.
After numerous reports confirmed that Steven Gerrard will take over Rangers at the end of the season, his former England teammate and Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has revealed that he is also looking to start a managerial career in the near future.
In a surprising turn of events, Barcelona are looking to acquire the services of Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso and switch him to a more central role, Goal exclusively reveals.
Jose Mourinho has been impressed with Richarlison’s form since joining Watford at the start of the season and is now ready to meet the Hornets’ £40m evaluation of the forward, despite his inconsistent performances in the second part of the season, The Mirror reports.
It is no secret that Toby Alderweireld is negotiating a new contract extension with Tottenham Hotspur, but it appears that neither side will cave in to the demands of the other and the center-back looks likely to leave Tottenham in the summer, as the Spurs try to at least turn a profit on the player.
Don Balon has revealed that neither Manchester United nor Tottenham Hotspur will manage to secure the signing of Gareth Bale, who now seems set for a move to Chelsea.