1: Chelsea Receive Triple Injury Boost After Tuchel Ruled Out 3 stars
Chelsea have received triple injury boost ahead of their West London Derby against Brentford on Saturday afternoon. Manager Thomas Tuchel confirmed that Chelsea will be welcoming back Ngolo Kante, Reece James and Romelu Lukaku who could start against Brentford. The Blues will also miss the services of Thiago Silva, Antonio Rudiger amd Christian Pulisic hence Tuchel will approach the fixture defensively cautiously.
2: Barcelona Target Chelsea Duo
Cash-strapped Barcelona are looking forward to raid Stamford Bridge next transfer window to sign two Chelsea defensive duo, whose contracts expire next summer. Barcelona are intrested to sign Chelsea Captain Cezar Azipilicueta and defender Andreas Christensen on free transfers according to Daily Mail Sport. Barcelona rivals Real Madrid are intrested in Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger and wing back Reece James as they look forward to strengthen their defence.
3: Marcelo Brozovic, Tchouameni Lined up For Chelsea Switch
Chelsea are strongly intrested in signing Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Bielsa who has been lined up to replace Jorginho if he leaves Stamford Bridge with hefty package according to The Sun Football Reports. Chelsea are keeping an eye on French and Monaco Midfielder Tchouameni whom they were told his asking price is £50 Million.
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