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Chelsea are reportedly making significant strides towards the signing of Adama Traore from Middlesbrough at the end of the campaign.
Bayern Munich boss Louis van Gaal has revealed that he nearly accepted taking a role at Man Utd after Sir Alex Ferguson was set to retire in 2002. Ferguson changed his mind and seven years on is still in the Old Trafford hotseat.
Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has ruled out talk that Chelsea captain Jon Terry could be set to quit the club. It is understood that Man City have been ready to make a £40 million offer for the England captain.
Chelsea chairman Peter Kenyon has ruled out Didier Drogba leaving the club. The Ivory Coast international striker has been linked with a January exit to AC Milan or elsewhere in Italy.
Peter Kenyon has offered his support to Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari after two quickfire defeats at Stamford Bridge to Arsenal and to Liverpool.
Chelsea are unlikely to be very active in the transfer market. Luiz Felipe Scolari reportedly wanted to bring in another striker to support Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba, but his efforts are likely to fall on deaf ears.
Arsenal defender William Gallas has stoked the fires prior to this weekend's crucial Premiership clash between the Gunners and Chelsea, insisting that he is disappointed with his former club especially Peter Kenyon.
Chelsea boss Peter Kenyon is targeting English players for the club from now on. It is understood that the reason behind the club sacking 15 players was so that they can focus more on their local policy.
Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has admitted that should the club make a move for Real Madrid striker Robinho - believed to be in a deal worth around £25 million - the player would be the last new one to join the club this summer.
Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has made it clear that the club shall do all it can to keep Frank Lampard at Stamford Bridge next season. Kenyon has remarked that Chelsea would see to that Lampard stays on until the end of his contract.
Dutch assistant Henk ten Cate looks set to stay at Chelsea during the summer. The Dutchman was linked with a Chelsea exit after Avram Grant was fired, but it seems the club still wish to keep him.
Roman Abramovich and Chelsea are preparing to offer a whopping 50 million pounds for the Spanish striker, Fernando Torres as reported by the "Daily Mail".
Author of 'Roman Abramovich: Football, oil, power', Alban Traquet, has insisted that Roman Abramovich has the final say on who Chelsea buy in the transfer market. The news further adds to the rumours emerging that Avram Grant has no say on transfer policy.
Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has denied rumours that Avram Grant is heading for the exit door. The Israeli coach was supposedly told by Roman Abramovich that the Blues must win the Champions League or the coach will be given his marching orders.
Chelsea director Peter Kenyon has demanded better football from the club. Kenyon has backed boss Avram Grant for the way the Israeli has recovered Chelsea's season; but is hoping next season Grant will bring a better brand of football.
Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has admitted he is delighted to have avoided English opposition, and was also reasonably happy to have picked up Fenerbahce. The Turkish side are arguably the easiest draw of the round.
Arsenal and Liverpool are to meet in the quarter finals of the Champions League, whilst Manchester United face Roma and Chelsea will play Fenerbache. The other tie will be Barcelona against Schalke.
Chelsea have shown £74 million losses in their financial results for the year before June 2007. The loss was, however, a small improvement on last years results.
Chelsea's owner Roman Abramovich and chief executive Peter Kenyon both came in for heavy abuse from Chelsea fans at the end of yesterday’s 0-0 draw with Fulham. The result has meant four games without a Premiership win for the Stamford Bridge side.
Marco van Basten has been linked to become the new manager of Premiership side Chelsea. van Basten currently manages the international side, but it is believed Frank Arnesen and Peter Kenyon both wish to see him in the hotseat.