Blues’ owner Roman Abramovich has given the Chelsea management the green light to make an improved offer of around £40m to Spurs for Luka Modric after Javier Pastore opted for Paris Saint-Germain.
It is no secret that Andre Villas-Boas is keen to add a creative player to the squad, and having failed to bring in Argentine Javier Patore he could move for Brazilian star Kaka.
Zamparini told ‘Radio Radio’ this morning that Palermo had agreed a fee of €43 million with PSG for the transfer of Pastore, this means the Argentine simply has to agree personal terms with the French club and he will join them.
With the season just around the corner, the time is right to provide some fixture analysis:
I could see the frustration and disappointment among fans for the lack of transfer activity of CFC. I, for one, am not surprised by it, but find myself genuinely happy for the developments that have occurred over these last few months.
When people were playing football, AVB was studying – Messi, Lampard, Xavi played football, meanwhile AVB was a student of the game.
Chelsea have made an official complaint concerning the abuse that Yossi Benayoun received during the match against Malaysian XI.
The reports coming from both France and Italy believe that PSG are going to beat the Blues to the signing of Argetine striker Javier Pastore.
Should Serbian defender Slobodan Rajkovic fail to get his work permit, then it is expected that Chelsea will make a move for Birmingham defender Scott Dann.
Our contributor SoccerCrave has picked his best Chelsea XI of his lifetime, and it is filled with league winners.
Daniel Sturridge was amongst the goalscorers as Chelsea beat Kitchee in the semi-final of the Barclays Asia Trophy at the Hong Kong stadium.
Fernando Torres says he is not suffering from a lack of confidence and knows that the goals are just around the corner.
Andre Villas-Boas is thought to be ready to make a surprise move Manchester City winger Adam Johnson.
The Blues have announced that Thibaut Courtois’ transfer to Chelsea has been completed.
Well, AVB is here and suddenly everyone has forgotten about the sacking of Carlo Ancelotti.