Danny Drinkwater

Danny Drinkwater

Danny Drinkwater

  • Current club: Chelsea
  • Date of Birth: 5 March 1990
  • Birthplace: Manchester, Manchester, England
  • Position: Midfielder

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Liam Bridcutt has already outlined key Blackpool attraction as Seasiders close in on signing
... address. Blackpool recently failed in an attempt to sign former Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater but Bridcutt brings similar experience.
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Chelsea to beat Manchester United to midfielder signing?

Chelsea are reportedly looking to beat Manchester United to the signing of Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez.

Ross Barkley set for permanent Chelsea exit?

Ross Barkley could be heading for a permanent move away from Chelsea after not being handed a squad number.

Chelsea defender to join Atletico Madrid on loan?

Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso has been fancied to join Atletico Madrid on loan next month.

Chelsea struggling to offload five players

Chelsea are reportedly struggling to find buyers for five out-of-favour players ahead of next month's transfer window.

Chelsea still keen on signing Declan Rice?

Chelsea are still interested in landing the signature of midfielder Declan Rice from West Ham United, a report from The Star claims.

Chelsea midfielder confirms summer departure

England international Danny Drinkwater has confirmed that he will leave Chelsea during the ongoing transfer window.

Chelsea close to negotiating midfielder exit to Serie A club

Chelsea are close to negotiating the departure of Tiemoue Bakayoko on a temporary basis to AC Milan, a report from Calciomercato claims.

Chelsea midfielder heading to AS Roma?

Chelsea midfielder Jorginho could be heading through the exit door this summer amid the interest from AS Roma.

Inter Milan to swoop for N'Golo Kante?

Inter Milan are reportedly planning to step up their interest in signing N'Golo Kante from Chelsea during the current transfer window.

Chelsea to offload 10 players this summer?

Chelsea are reportedly prepared to part ways with 10 first-team stars as they look to recoup funds for additional purchases this summer.