Chelsea have received huge boost ahead of their Sunday Premier League match against Nottingham Forest After Graham Potter confirmed trio Hakim Ziyech, Matteo Kovacic and Koulibaly will be available for selection. The trio trained at Cobham alongside Chelsea first team stars including Aubameyang, Havertz, Sterling, Jorginho, Mount, Kepa and Thiago Silva who are likely to start against Nottingham Forest.
Chelsea will consider a move for Brighton star Alexis Mac Allister if Enzo Fernandez deal fails but talks are in advanced stage. Benfica have decided to start Enzo Fernandes in the bench against Braga as a precaution as Chelsea negotiate payment terms.
AC Milan are eyeing a short-term deal for Chelsea Goalkeeper Edouard Mendy after an injury to Mike Maignan.
Former Chelsea Boss Frenkie Lampard has hinted that he tried to sign Halaand when he was at Chelsea as he is the best player and can hurt hou anytime in terms of scoring goals.
Chelsea are interested in Ajax star Mohamed Kudus but Borussia Dortmund are reportedly leading the race for the Ghanian International.
Chelsea will hold conversations with Thiago Silva in the next few weeks as the club love how he is playing and the impact he has on the dressing room.
Andrey Santos will fly to London tonight to undergo Medicals and complete his transfer from Vasco Da Gama to Stamford Bridge.
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