Chelsea eyeing a transfer for Danish World Cup star Kasper Schmeichel

Chelsea eyeing a transfer for Danish World Cup star Kasper Schmeichel

Javier Howell
July 21, 2018

The void left by the Portuguese at Real Madrid has to be filled and one can expect Florentino Perez going all guns blazing to make sure they find the right replacement this summer.

"I don't want to talk about the transfer market and I'm not that interested in it".

Chelsea sacking Antonio Conte and hiring Maurizio Sarri to replace him finally brought to an end a lengthy and frantic period of speculation about the manager's position at the club.

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino had outlined his desire for pre-World Cup signings as far back as April, although that obviously has not come to fruition.

Fabregas, speaking to the local media, stated that the Blues need to keep Hazard at the club in the coming season.

The bookies tend to be a good guide as to the likelihood of a player leaving a particular club although it is tricky to use them to identify which one they will move to.

"I think he's our best player", Fabregas said.

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"Well, for me this is a hard challenge, but a fascinating one", said Sarri.

"This is a post-World Cup time", said Sarri. I hope I will show this when I am working here and living here.

We have made a few poor signings under Conte but the report from the Daily Star claims that Bakayoko was a player that the Italian wanted.

The 30-year-old Polish worldwide is in the final years of his contract and there is a possibility that he might join the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League winners.

Sarri added: "I need to have fun in order to do well".

Sarri went on to suggest a strong willingness to work with the players already at his disposal at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues wore yellow throughout the 1960s and 70s, but have not had a yellow kit since the 2014-15 season, when they won the Premier League title.