Eshlin Vedan


Chelsea Legend Petr Cech Retired at the Right Time

Chelsea legend Petr Cech played his last professional game during Arsenal’s 4-1 demolition against his old club during the Europa League final. It would have been a bittersweet moment for the 36-year-old. He would have wanted to have ended his time with the Gunners by helping them win something following years of under-achievement but at the same time, he would have been happy to see his old club with whom he spent more than a decade win something, especially as it was his old pal Eden Hazard’s farewell match.

Pedro: Premier League Strongest in the World

Chelsea ace Pedro believes that the Premier League has proven itself this season. For a long time, people have stated that the Premier League is the most competitive League in the world. Critics of this view have pointed to the fact that Premier League clubs have struggled to win the Champions League. Prior to this season, the last time that an English club won the Champions League was back in 2012 when Chelsea did so.

Willian: Premier League Getting Tougher

Chelsea star Willian believes that the Premier League is getting tougher and tougher. After starting the season strongly, Chelsea ended up being inconsistent throughout the season but did manage to secure a top-four finish. They will be returning to the Champions League next season after missing out this season as they finished fifth last term under the guidance of Antonio Conte.

Holloway: Abraham Good Enough for Chelsea

Former Blackpool and Hull City boss Ian Holloway believes that striker Tammy Abraham is good enough to lead the line for Chelsea from next season.  Abraham played a key role in helping Aston Villa win promotion to the Premier League this season. The Villains secured entry into next seasons top-flight following their 2-1 victory against Derby County during the Championship promotion-playoff final which was played on Monday.

Hasselbaink: Chelsea Need New Striker

Chelsea legend Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink believes that the club needs to sign a new striker. The Blues have struggled up front this season. During the first half of the season, Alvaro Morata was serving as first-choice striker for the club. The Spaniard struggled for form and was subsequently shipped out on loan to Atletico Madrid during the January transfer window.

Chelsea Loanee Striker Does Not Want to Return to Stamford Bridge

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has insisted that he wishes to remain with Atletico Madrid beyond this summer. The Spaniard was sent on loan to the La Liga club in January after struggling to find form for the Blues during the first half of the season. Since moving to Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, Morata’s form and confidence have appeared to have improved as scored six goals and provide one assist during the second half of the campaign.

Should Chelsea Keep or Sell Hazard This Summer?

Chelsea face an interesting summer transfer window. Not only are they set to face a two-window transfer ban, they might also have to part ways with attacking star Eden Hazard. Hazard has been a key player for the Blues since his arrival at the club during the summer of 2012. He has once again been arguably its best player again this season as he has gone on to score 16 goals and provide 15 assists from 37 games in the Premier League.