CHELSEA EYE £15M GOLOVIN
Chelsea are set to push for a bargain £15 million deal for CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin in the winter transfer window, says The Sun .
The Blues are eager to land the 21-year-old before next summer's World Cup and could sign him and agree a loan return to CSKA.
BATSHUAYI FREE TO LEAVE BLUES
Chelsea are prepared to let Michy Batshuayi leave on loan as they look to bring in a new striker, claims The Sun .
The Belgian has struggled for game time throughout his spell at Stamford Bridge and will be moved out to free up space in Antonio Conte's squad.
CHELSEA EYE £20M BAILEY
Chelsea are ready to make a £20 million bid for Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey, says The Sun .
The Blues have been monitoring the Jamaican for 18 months and will endeavour to fend off interest from Barcelona to land the 20-year-old.
CHELSEA JOIN FIGHT TO SIGN ARTHUR
Chelsea have joined in the battle to sign Gremio’s midfield starlet Arthur Melo, claims the Mirror .
Arthur has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona, while Manchester United are also reported to be keeping tabs on his situation.
Now Chelsea are showing an interest amid suggestions the club view Arthur as a potential long-term replacement for Cesc Fabregas.
REAL OPEN HAZARD TALKS
Real Madrid have made contact with Chelsea forward Eden Hazard regarding a possible switch to Spain, claims Diario Gol .
The Belgium international is stalling on the penning of fresh terms at Stamford Bridge and has aired his admiration for Real in the past.
HAZARD HOLDING OUT FOR MADRID OFFER
Talks between Chelsea and Eden Hazard over a new contract have stalled as the Belgian star holds out for an offer from Real Madrid, according to The Times .
The Blues reportedly are ready to make Hazard the highest paid player in club history, with a salary worth £300,000 per week.
But Hazard is reluctant to extend a contract that still has two and a half years remaining because it would effectively end his hopes of joining Los Blancos.
COURTOIS TO LEAVE FOR FREE
Thibaut Courtois will be allowed to leave Chelsea on a free transfer in 2019 as the Belgian continues to put off talks for a contract extension in London, The Sun reports.
Should The Blues fail to come to an agreement with the goalkeeper - who has been linked with a move to Real Madrid - they will force him to see out his current deal rather than cash in before his contract runs out.
CHELSEA WANT AUBAMEYANG
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is ready to battle Liverpool for Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to the Sunday Express
Reports in Germany have claimed that BVB are ready to cash in on the forward, who has been in fine form this season.
And while Liverpool would like to reunited the Gabon internaitonal with Jurgen Klopp, the report claims that Conte is ready to splash the cash to bring him to Chelsea this winter.
SANDRO OPENS CHELSEA DOOR
Alex Sandro is keeping the transfer door open to Chelsea as he plans to leave Juventus after the 2018 World Cup, claims TMW .
The highly-rated full-back was heavily linked with a move to the Blues during the last window and could see a switch pushed through after representing Brazil in Russia.
HAZARD BROTHERS REUNION AT CHELSEA?
Chelsea are keeping a close eye on the progress of Thorgan Hazard at Borussia Monchengladbach, according to Bild .
Eden's younger brother has impressed in the Bundesliga this term, and the Blues could be interested bringing Thorgan back to the club after selling him to Gladbach in 2015.
The youngest Hazard brother, Kylian, is already at Chelsea and is part of the club's development squad.
CHELSEA ENTER OZIL CHASE
Chelsea have joined Manchester United in expressing an interest in Arsenal contract rebel Mesut Ozi, claims Sport Bild .
The Germany international is set to drop into the free agent pool next summer and could be sold during the January transfer window.
MADRID PONDER DAVID LUIZ MOVE
Real Madrid are weighing up making a January move for Chelsea defender David Luiz, according to the Daily Telegraph .
Luiz has fallen out with Blues manager Antonio Conte in recent weeks, meaning he could be available for transfer this winter.
And Madrid are keen to bolster their defence after an inconsistent start to the season.
SPURS TARGET SESSEGNON TO REPLACE ROSE
Tottenham have identified Fulham left-back Ryan Sessegnon as their primary target to replace Danny Rose, according to Sky Sports .
Rose’s long-term future at Spurs remains uncertain following his summer criticism of the club, and he has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.
If Spurs do decide to sell the England international, then Fulham teenager Sessegnon is their No.1 choice to replace Rose, with United’s Luke Shaw the back-up option.
CHELSEA GIVEN SHOT AT AUBAMEYANG
Chelsea have been offered the opportunity to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to The Mirror .
The 28-year-old will be available in January following a breakdown in his relationship with the Bundesliga side, and the Blues are among the clubs to have been alerted he's on the market.
Chelsea are open to signing another striker, as Alvaro Morata has struggled with the demands created by the club's congested schedule.
COURTOIS DEMANDS GIANT CONTRACT INCREASE
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is demanding a massive salary hike if he is to stay at Chelsea, Belgian outlet HLN reports.
The 25-year-old is being followed by Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, and he is ready to open talks with those clubs if he does not get an offer he deems acceptable.
He wants €230,000 per week - taking him in line with the Premier League's best paid goalkeepers, like Manchester United's David de Gea.
ATLETICO WANT COURTOIS BACK
Atletico Madrid will move to bring Thibaut Courtois back to the club from Chelsea if Jan Oblak leaves next summer, according to AS .
The Belgian goalkeeper has previously spent three productive years on loan at Atletico, helping them to the Liga title, and is yet to sign an extension to a contract at Stamford Bridge which is due to expire in 2019.
ARSENAL & CHELSEA IN FOR RICHARLISON
Arsenal and Chelsea are the latest clubs to show an interest in Watford forward Richarlison.
According to the Star on Sunday , the Gunners are set to battle north London rivals, Tottenham, over the 20-year-old in the January transfer window.
But the Sun on Sunday report that Chelsea are also monitoring the Brazilian's progress after a superb start to life at Vicarage Road.
MOURINHO WANTS WILLIAN AT MAN UTD
Jose Mourinho wants to bring Willian to Manchester United if the Brazilian leaves Chelsea this winter, according to the Sunday Express .
The Blues want to bring in PSG's Lucas Moura, leaving the future uncertain for the 29-year-old, who starred at Chelsea under Mourinho.
CHELSEA WATCH INTER DUO
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is interested in Mile Skriniar and Antonio Candreva of Inter Milan, according to the Express ,
The Blues boss is monitoring the progress of the Inter duo, and has sent scouts to watch them in action in Serie A. Skriniar is a new signing at San Siro, but his performances have already seen him linked with bigger clubs including Barcelona.
Candreva played under Conte when the latter was Italy manager, and it is believed that the 48-year-old would like to work with the winger again.
MOU & CONTE TO BATTLE ZIDANE FOR BELOTTI
Manchester United and Chelsea are ready to do battle with Real Madrid over Torino striker Andrea Belotti, according to the Express .
Belotti has a €100million (£89m) release clause in his contract, and all three clubs are interested in landing the attacker.
MOURINHO PLOTS LUIZ SWOOP
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is planning a shock move for Chelsea centre-back David Luiz, according to Express .
The former Chelsea boss is keeping tabs on the Brazilian's status after he was left off the matchday squad for the Blues' match against Man Utd two weeks ago.
Luiz reportedly has fallen out with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte after questioning his tactics in the Blues' 3-0 Champions League defeat at Roma.
AC MILAN WANT WILLIAN
AC Milan are looking to give Chelsea winger Willian more game-time by bringing him to Serie A, according to Calciomercato .
The Brazilian has started just six games for the Blues this season, having made just 15 starts in the last campaign as Chelsea lifted the Premier League trophy. Milan have gotten off to a poor start this season and are looking to turn things around, with the 29-year-old seen as the perfect addition to strengthen the frontline.