Stamford Bridge will host the rescheduled encounter between Chelsea Football Club and Leicester City in the Barclays Premier League today. The Blues will be going into the game with the goal of earning the crucial three points that would ensure they finish in third place.
The game itself will be an emotional one for a few of Chelsea's players because it is possible that they will be playing their final game for the club in front of their fans at Stamford Bridge. While the departures of players like Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen have already been confirmed, the possibility exists for other players as well.
At the conclusion of the game, these two will give their last speeches to the fans, and we anticipate that the evening will be a very emotional one for both the players and the fans.
This evening, Antonio Rudiger will bid his goodbyes to fans through Instagram images.
It's possible that more names may be announced tonight, as rumors have linked club captain Cesar Azpilicueta, left defender Marcos Alonso, and forward Timo Werner to leaving Stamford Bridge as well. If these rumors turn out to be true, it might be a night filled with goodbyes at Stamford Bridge
It's also possible that Cesar Azpilicueta may say his goodbyes via images on Instagram.
According to the photographs that Marcos Alonso posts on Instagram, he could be leaving.
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