Ronaldo considers Chelsea move
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo is weighing up a move to Chelsea this summer, according to The Sun .
Ronaldo is keen to leave Santiago Bernabeu after this season, with the Premier League his prefered destination.
Alexis Sanchez's move to Manchester United, however, has ruled out a return to Old Trafford.
Chelsea, though, are keen to take advantage and bring the Portugal captain to Stamford Bridge.
My future is down to Conte - Batshuayi
After scoring a brace against Newcastle on Sunday, Chelsea striker MIchy Batshuayi has admitted that his future at the club is in the hands of manager Antonio Conte.
The Belgian has been linked with a loan move as the Premier League champions continue to be linked with a host of strikers to help compliment Alvaro Morata.
When asked by BT Sport about his future following the game, Batshuayi replied: "It's up to the boss, it's better to talk to Conte."
Pellegri explains Monaco move
Italian wonderkid Pietro Pellegri has explained that Monaco's famous talent for youth development persuaded him to choose the club over a host of top European sides.
Monaco completed the signing of 16-year-old Pellegri from Genoa for a reported fee of €25 million on Saturday.
The forward, who was linked with Serie A champions Juventus as well as Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United, has agreed a long-term deal at Stade Louis II.
Arsenal & Chelsea scout Rochdale teenager
Arsenal and Chelsea have both made enquiries about signing Rochdale’s teenage midfielder Daniel Adshead, reports ESPN.
The 16-year-old has made seven appearances for Dale this season after making his first-team debut for the League One club back in September.
He has been scouted regularly by Arsenal and Chelsea, who are now preparing to step up their interest as Rochdale manager Keith Hill attempts to hold on to Adshead.
Man City plot £150m Hazard move
Manchester City are ready to launch an astonishing £150 million bid for Chelsea's Eden Hazard, according to the Daily Mirror .
Hazard is currently in a contract deadlock with the Blues, and if that still stands in the summer City will look to rival Real Madrid for the Belgian's signature.
Though City refused to pay big money for Alexis Sanchez before he joined Manchester United, they believe Hazard represents greater value, and Pep Guardiola is willing to sanction a move.
Bayern ready to offload Vidal
Bayern Munich are ready to sell Arturo Vidal this summer and Manchester United are ready to swoop, reports Bild (via the Manchester Evening News ).
Chelsea are also said to be interested, with Antonio Conte having coached the midfielder at Juventus.
Blues improve Dzeko bid
Chelsea are ready to make an improved bid for Edin Dzeko, according to the Sunday Express .
Antonio Conte wants to add the striker and Roma team-mate Emerson Palmieri, but the Dzeko is demanding a two-and-a-half year contract and the Blues are only prepared to offer an 18-month deal.
Luis Enrique top of Chelsea's list to replace Conte
Luis Enrique is Chelsea's top target to replace Antonio Conte, with the Italian set to leave the club, report the Mail on Sunday .
Enrique left Barcelona in the summer, and his availability has seen him placed above the likes of Massimiliano Allegri and Diego Simeone in the club's pecking order.
It is understood that Conte is set to either resign or be sacked in the coming months, having clashed with the club's players - notably Diego Costa - and hierarchy in recent months.
Pep: Quadruple is too expensive
Manchester City can't afford to buy 22 top players according to Pep Guardiola, who claims the club are limited in their spending.
The City boss' comments come after both Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte said their clubs couldn't compete with the money spent by Guardiola.
Chelsea could pull the plug on Dzeko
Chelsea have made progress in talks over a transfer for Roma duo Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri, but will move on if a deal isn't reached by the end of the weekend, reports The Telegraph .
The Blues have agreed to a contract with Emerson but have yet to come to terms with Dzeko, whose demands are complicating the deal.
If Chelsea fail to land Dzeko, they'll move on to other striker targets like Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud, Stoke City’s Peter Crouch and Burnley’s Ashley Barnes.