Maurizio Sarri is undoubtedly a talented coach but he has yet to bag a major trophy and will be keen to rectify that in his first season at Chelsea.
Chelsea’s 100% start to the season juddered to a halt with a dull 0-0 draw away at West Ham on Sunday afternoon. The Blues enjoyed 72% of the possession and rained 17 shots down on their opponents’ goal, but they ultimately could not find the breakthrough.
Brazil international David Luiz is confident of a place in the fresh-looking Chelsea after the team’s coaching job was taken over by Maurizio Sarri. The player went completely off the radar last season, appearing in only one match because of a run-in with former manager Antonio Conte.
With Chelsea finishing fifth in the Premier League table last season, it is a matter of concern and urgency to bring in some new signings and change the system under their newly appointed manager Maurizio Sarri. Here are some possible transfer targets for the Blues.
Chelsea will head down under this week as their preseason starts in earnest against Australian A-League team Perth Glory.
Eden Hazard has shared his thoughts regarding the current managerial situation at Chelsea while also opening up on the prospect of a possible switch to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
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Chelsea starlet Ruben Loftus-Cheek has praised his teammates and England captain Harry Kane after the Three Lions demolished Panama 6-1 in their World Cup Group G encounter this afternoon.
Chelsea may have had a disappointing season (tempered slightly by the recent FA Cup final win), but they still have a host of players representing their respective countries during this summer’s World Cup.
Chelsea go head to head with Manchester United in the 2018 FA Cup final on Saturday hoping to put a disappointing season firmly behind them.
Chelsea star Eden Hazard has been named amongst a star-studded list of nominees for the PFA Fans’ Player of the Season for 2017/2018.
The race for the top four has been close this season, with Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham all in the hunt for the final two qualifying spots. Liverpool’s goal difference could prove to be crucial come the end of the season, with its superiority over Chelsea’s goal difference demonstrating a gulf in attacking talent.
After the heights of last season, when Antonio Conte and his three-man centre defence carried all before them, 2017-18 has been somewhat disappointing for Chelsea.
Chelsea and Southampton face each other in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Sunday just eight days after producing a five-goal thriller in the Premier League.
French giants Paris St-Germain are expected to launch a bid for Blues star N’Golo Kante this summer, amidst reports that Thiago Motta is set to retire at the end of the season.
The way in which Chelsea conducts its transfer business has come under threat today, after FIFA revealed plans to regulate – or even outright ban – the loan system in football.
With only about 11 matches to go for each team, the Premier League is entering its home stretch, and on the surface, a lot of the drama has already been sapped from the finish. Right now, Man City are being tipped to wrap up the Premier League title in record time, 16 points clear at the top with this much time to go. Naturally, this is a little bit of a downer for Chelsea supporters, and for football fans in general.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has conceded he’s been a “disaster” in attempting to convince the Blues’ hierarchy to pursue his transfer targets during his time at the club.
Chelsea’s 2018 has gone from bad to worse today, after manager Antonio Conte admitted he doesn’t know how long star striker Alvaro Morata will be out of action.
Chelsea captain Gary Cahill has leapt to the defence of under-fire manager Antonio Conte following the Blues’ humiliating 4-1 defeat to Watford.
Under-fire Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has softened his public stance on his club’s transfer policy, insisting that the Blues are “trying to build something important” by investing in developing their academy prospects.
Chelsea are in discussions with Serie A side AS Roma over a stunning double deal for Emerson Palmieri and Edin Dzeko, reportedly worth up to €65 million.
Chelsea’s storied January transfer window took another twist this evening as it emerged the Blues are lining up a shock bid for veteran striker Peter Crouch, after their move for Andy Carroll was scuppered due to injury.
Young Chelsea star Josimar Quintero has followed in the footsteps of Blues teammate Charly Musonda by joining La Liga side Real Betis on loan until the end of the season.
Merseyside Police have responded to a complaint by the Mayor of Liverpool over Ross Barkley’s transfer to Chelsea from Everton last week.