As always there are lots of rumours, but which ones will come true?!?!?!
With a new summer, comes new speculation, and a host of new, and some familiar names, being linked with Mr. Abramovich’s hefty purse of gold.
It is rumoured that AC Milan are chasing FIVE Chelsea players including Didier Drogba and Michael Essien.
In July 2004, Chelsea splashed £24m on an almost unknown Didier Drogba who was at the time, a late bloomer in terms of football development, and some said that it was a risk. Yes he was performing well in Ligue 1 for Olympique de Marseille, scoring 19 goals in his first season, but some thought his price tag to be too high.
With the departure of Deco and Joe Cole, Chelsea lost its midfield creativity. Our game became predictable; it became easy for smaller teams like Birmingham, Sunderland and Wolves to get a result against us.
I think it is a shame that we are yet to see a story linking us with Mario Götze – an attacking 19-year-old midfielder who plays for Dortmund in Germany.
It is thought that Tottenham rejected a £22m bid by the Blues for Croatian star Luka Modric.
If Roman left you in charge of transfers, would you spend £40m on Neymar or on Sanchez and Hazard?
Leandro has scored 22 goals in 24 games this season, the 21-year-old Brazilian striker is attracting interest from Europe.
An interest week at Stamford Bridge, that has seen two youngsters leave and a bid accepted for a third plus lots of gossip surrounding management, star players and propective purchases.
At 33-years-old and with lots of interest in Didier Drogba, is now the right time to sell the Ivory Coast striker.
Only three days ago we saw ex-Chelsea youngster Scott Sinclair star for Swansea in the play-offs, well now two more youngsters have left and a third could follow.
The rumours are circulating about who will be Chelsea‘s next big signing, so who will be the new blood to ensure the goals start flowing again.