Once regarded as one of the best strikers in the world, Fernando Torres used to terrorise defenders when he was at Liverpool. However, since his mega transfer to Chelsea, he has really struggled to get going. Be it injuries or change of styles and managers, the Spaniard has been a disappointing misfit in Chelsea in …
With the best part of 15 years in the media and a successful playing career behind him, Chris Kamara has established himself as one of the most popular faces in football. We had a chat with the man himself about Frank Lampard, Romelu Lukaku and who he would choose between the sticks next season.
So it seems that Chelsea will have to fight off interest from Liverpool and Tottenham to land the signature of Porto striker Jackson Martinez, which is no surprise. But with the news of competition coming so close to the January transfer window, here is why the Blues need to do everything they can to secure the switch in their favour.
Jose Mourinho has packed his Chelsea side with small, creative players since his return to Stamford Bridge and he seems to be ready to inject some more, with French sources stating that he holds an interest in Paris Saint-Germain playmaker Javier Pastore.
If recent reports are to be believed, it appears that management is talks with Malaga’s Manuel Pellegrini to replace Rafael Benitez at Stamford Bridge. These talks come after an impressive season where the club made the quarter finals of the Champion’s League in their first ever appearance there.
While everybody loves a good spending spree, there’s something different about the money being splashed around Chelsea this transfer window. While right-back Cesar Azpilicueta has been brought in to provide defensive cover, the remainder of the purchases CFC have made a very attacking; in some cases alarmingly so.