With the current misnomer bedevilling Chelsea’s team, the Stamford Bridge outfit are bound to be one of the most bullish clubs in the transfer market when it re-opens in the January of 2016. We may not see too many players going out, but Mourinho will look to reinforce his other strong team particularly in defence and attack.
We examine some of Chelsea transfer dealing already.
Calhanoglu has become one of the most chased midfielders in Europe following his stellar performances and eye-catching free-kicks for club. Chelsea, Barcelona have joined the Arsenal in the quest to land the midfielder.
The Premier League defending Champions Chelsea have agreed to permanently let Juan Cuadrado off their books to Juventus on a £15.75 million (22.05 million Euros) deal, reports the Metro.
Cuadrado joined Chelsea in the winter transfer market of this year after an impressive world cup outing for Colombia in the summer of 2014. But the 27-year-old failed to live up to his bidding for Chelsea.
Reports making the rounds in London claim Chelsea have completed and Edinson Cavani have agreed a deal that will see the Uruguayan goal poacher move to Stamford Bridge next summer.
According to the report, Cavani is fed up with life in France and will join the Premier League defending Champions next summer. Chelsea will be looking to boot Falcao and Remy who have failed to impress. He is valued at 64.5 million Euros and will be a massive buy for Chelsea.
Marin, 26, joined Chelsea from Werder Bremen in the summer of 2012 – after about three years of loan sojourning with Sevilla, Fiorentina, Anderlecht and now Trabzonspor, Chelsea winger Marco Marin is looking to make his loan deal permanent, reports the Metro.