Chelsea’s January business
With a little over two months until the January transfer window opens, which players could leave Chelsea in the new year?
That issue has been tackled by Nizaar Kinsella writing for Goal.com.
According to his understanding, six first team squad players could be set to depart Stamford Bridge.
Victor Moses & Man United
Does Victor Moses has a future under Maurizio Sarri?
The Nigerian international was a mainstay for Antonio Conte, however Moses has barely had a look-in this season.
Moses has only played 17 minutes in the Premier League this season in a cameo appearance against Liverpool.
On Moses, speculation is now doing the rounds on social media that Man United could be interested in signing him this summer.
However one has to doubt whether such a deal is realistic.
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) October 24, 2018
Five other players heading for the Stamford Bridge exit door
Danish international defender Andreas Christensen is another player who has struggled for minutes under Sarri.
In the recent international break Christensen opened up about his frustrations at Chelsea this season.
But will Chelsea let him leave? Nizaar Kinsella reports:
It is understood that Christensen is impressed by Sarri’s style of play and he would not be let go lightly by the Stamford Bridge hierarchy due to a high transfer valuation.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek is another player who may leave the Blues in the new year.
After playing for England at the World Cup, RLC has dropped out of Gareth Southgate’s squad due to a lack of game-time.
Gary Cahill’s future at Chelsea also seems to be coming to an end. Cahill has only played 21 minutes in the Premier League so far.
After impressing in pre-season, Chelsea fans haven’t seen Callum Hudson-Odoi in action this league campaign. Could the 17-year-old go out on loan?
Finally, Cesc Fabregas appears to be in limbo at the Bridge. Yet, while many may think the Spanish midfielder should look to make a move, Kinsella notes that Cesc is looking to secure a new deal with the Blues.