Chelsea FC

Chelsea FC Information
Nick-name(s) Blues , Pensioners
League English Premiership
Location London, England
Founded 1905
Official Website http://www.chelseafc.com

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Chelsea, the latest transfer rumours for the summer 2019 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Chelsea FC.

Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Chelsea

Chelsea are keen on signing Inter Milan's Argentina striker Mauro Icardi, after Real Madrid cooled their interest. The 25-year-old was recently stripped of the captaincy at the Italian club

The Sun - 17/Feb/2019
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Players rumoured out of Chelsea FC in the last 2 weeks

Rumours Player To Club
3 Eden Hazard Real Madrid
2 Willian Paris Saint-Germain

Chelsea - Latest News

Chelsea boss Sarri faces defining week after 'disappointing' results - sources

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri looks over matched in the Premier League, after yet another lackluster performance from the club. Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera secured Man United's place in the FA Cup quarterfinals as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side knocked out 2018 winners Chelsea. The FC crew answer your tweets including more speculation about Maurizio Sarri's future at Chelsea, Dortmund's loss of form and more. Maurizio Sarri faces a defining week as Chelsea head coach after recent results caused disappointment at the highest levels of the club, sources have told ESPN FC.Chelsea's 2-0 home defeat to Manchester United in the FA Cup fifth round on Monday was their fifth loss in 12 matches in all competitions in 2019.There were also signs at Stamford Bridge that fans' patience with Sarri's possession-based style has run out.Editors' PicksWatch on ESPN networks in the U.S.ESPN+ is America's home for a host of professional soccer leagues from around the world, highlighted by Italy's Serie A, Major League Soccer, UEFA Nations League and English FA Cup. | ESPN+ scheduleWelcome to the 2018 FC 100ESPN FC's experts ranked the best men's players and managers in world football. Check out the list.How Mourinho unravelled at Man UnitedFear, paranoia, difficult behaviour and constant battling with club officials and players led to the inevitable, writes Rob Dawson.The greatest game never played When Boca Juniors and River Plate were set to meet in Argentina's most important match, Buenos Aires lost its mind, writes Wright Thompson.- Follow Transfer Talk LIVE- Fantasy: Set lineups, check scores!Sources have told ESPN FC that Chelsea's next two matches -- against Malmo in...

Extra Time: Can Chelsea sign Zidane, best sauce for haggis

The FC crew answer your tweets including more speculation about Maurizio Sarri's future at Chelsea, Dortmund's loss of form and more.

Sarri's Chelsea future depends on mercy of Abramovich after FA Cup exit

Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera secured Man United's place in the FA Cup quarterfinals as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side knocked out 2018 winners Chelsea. ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri looks over matched in the Premier League, after yet another lackluster performance from the club. LONDON -- It is a long way back now for Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea manager. The players appear to have stopped listening a while ago, but now that the supporters have lost patience with him, this chastening FA Cup defeat against Manchester United could be the final straw.A manager can limp on for only so long when the players aren't winning games for him, especially at a club like Chelsea.But when the supporters vent their fury -- the Chelsea fans chanted "F--- Sarri-ball" and "You don't...

Chelsea boss Sarri worried about poor results, not supporters' chants for sacking

Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera secured Man United's place in the FA Cup quarterfinals as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side knocked out 2018 winners Chelsea. ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri looks over matched in the Premier League, after yet another lackluster performance from the club. Maurizio Sarri said he was not worried about the hostility of the Chelsea supporters towards his football after watching his team exit the FA Cup with a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.The atmosphere towards Sarri turned toxic once United surged ahead thanks to first-half goals from Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba, with boos greeting the end of both halves and chants of "F--- Sarriball" from the stands as Chelsea laboured to find a way through the visiting defence.Editors' PicksWatch on ESPN networks in the U.S.ESPN+ is America's home for a host of professional soccer leagues from around the world, highlighted by Italy's Serie A, Major League Soccer, UEFA Nations League and English FA Cup. | ESPN+ scheduleWelcome to the 2018 FC 100ESPN FC's experts ranked the best men's players and managers in world football. Check out the list.How Mourinho unravelled at Man UnitedFear, paranoia, difficult behaviour and constant battling with club officials and players led to the inevitable, writes Rob Dawson.The greatest game never played When Boca Juniors and River Plate were set to meet in Argentina's most important match, Buenos Aires lost its mind, writes Wright Thompson.- Follow Transfer Talk LIVE- Fantasy: Set lineups, check scores!It was Chelsea's...

Does Solskjaer deserve the Man United job long term?

The crew debate on whether Manchester United interim manger Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has done enough to win the job, or if Mauricio Pochettino will be next in command.

Burley: Sarri looks out of his depth

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri looks over matched in the Premier League, after yet another lackluster performance from the club.