Pedro is reportedly increasingly unhappy at Stamford Bridge after he lost his place in the starting XI and in the matchday team.
Mason Mount started for the Three Lions, marking his first full game for England. Tammy Abraham also made his first competitive appearance as England lost to the Czech Republic 2-1 on Friday. Another Chelsea player, Fikayo Tomori, was an unused substitute.
England manager Gareth Southgate had called up four Chelsea players to be part of the national team.
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta has advised his team-mate Christian Pulisic to remain positive. The American arrived at Stamford Bridge during the summer from Borussia Dortmund and has had a less than ideal start to life with the West London club. Pulisic has so far played four times in the Premier League for the Blues and has only notched one assist. He has so far been unable to adapt to the Premier League. It is still early though and as was seen by his spell in Germany, the 21-year-old has plenty of potential so it would be dangerous to write him off immediately.
Frank Lampard reiterated that he wants all of his players to always be on the top of their game if they want to be in his system. Lampard sternly sent this strong warning after dropping Christian Pulisic against Lille in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.
Frank Lampard was full of praise for Jorginho after his performance during the Blues’ victory against Brighton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Billy Gilmour showed Chelsea boss, Frank Lampard that he deserves to be on his system soon. The 18-year-old has been impressive during training sessions and Lampard could not help but notice Gilmour’s attitude.
Frank Lampard’s managerial debut in the UCL went south as Chelsea lost at home to Valencia.
Chelsea’s youngster Tammy Abraham is just three goals away from surpassing Marcus Rasford’s best-ever Premier League goals in a season.
Chelsea are currently on a two-window transfer embargo for reportedly breaking regulations set by FIFA. The Blues broke FIFA regulations on the signing of foreign players under 18 years old.
West Ham youngster Declan Rice has claimed that Chelsea youngster Mason Mount is already playing like Blues legend Frank Lampard.
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has revealed that he wants more opportunities to play for England. The youngster made his Three Lions debut on Saturday as his country went on to win 4-0.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has backed Mason Mount to win selection to the England national team and establish himself as a key player for Gareth Southgate’s side. Mount has so far been arguably the Blues best player since Lampard took charge of the club during the summer.
The father of Chelsea youngster Mason Mount has admitted that he wanted his son to leave the club five years ago. In 2014, Mount had a difficult choice to make as he had to choose between either leaving the Blues permanently to join another club or signing a scholarship deal with the West London club. At the time, Mount was one of the most highly-rated 15-year-old players in England.
Chelsea have such a surplus in the midfield department that the Blues are letting Danny Drinkwater leave Stamford Bridge.
Frank Lampard admitted that Mason Mount’s performance has given him a welcome dilemma ahead of his Premier League debut as manager.
The Blues have convinced 18-year-old Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at Stamford Bridge. According to reports, the young star has agreed to a five-year contract amounting to more than £100,000 a week.
After lots of speculation going around, Chelsea and Callum Hudson-Odoi are set to sign a contract worth £100,000 a week.
The Blues have signed Mason Mount to a five-year contract, keeping him at the club until 2024.
The Blues will commence their pre-season preparations for the 2019/2020 season in a few short weeks.
Derby are calling on Chelsea to make a decision on Frank Lampard’s future. The Chelsea legend has been hotly linked with his former team to replace Maurizio Sarri. The Italian tactician left Stamford Bridge for Serie A side, Juventus.
Callum Hudson-Odoi has left some positive impressions after posting training footage on a social media platform two months after surgery.
Chelsea legend Ashley Cole believes that Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori are ready to graduate to the Blues’ first team. The young duo were sent on loan to Derby ahead of this season. The 20-year-old Mount has been impressive in the Championship and played 36 times for Frank Lampard’s side during the season, scoring eight goals and notching four assists.
Chelsea legend and current Derby manager Frank Lampard has hailed the Blues’ decision of letting on-loan duo Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori play against them in the League Cup, calling it a “classy” move.
When former Blues great Frank Lampard took his first step into football management with Derby County early in the summer, there was always this idea that he was gonna raid his former club, Chelsea, for talent in a bid to guide The Rams back to the English top tier for the first time since the 2007-2008 season.