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World Fame 100: Chelsea's David Luiz, Cesc Fabregas, Eden Hazard on list

We asked Ben Alamar, ESPN's director of sports analytics, to figure out the most famous athletes in the world. Using a formula that combines endorsements with social media fan base and Google search popularity, he ranked the globe's most famous athletes in our second annual World Fame 100.

Chelsea landed three players on our list:

No. 53: David Luiz

Why he's got fame: The world's 13 biggest soccer transfers have involved creative attackers. The 14th? Well, the frizzy-haired Brazilian, who went...

 By Mark Worrall

Time for Chelsea to resurrect swap for Antoine Griezmann, Diego Costa

The FC panel try to sort through the conflicting messages and swirling rumours regarding Antoine Griezmann's future.

Transfer speculation involving Diego Costa is nothing new. In fact, the Chelsea striker has been the focal point of rumours linking him with a move away from Stamford Bridge since Antonio Conte was appointed Blues manager in April last year.

As Conte planned ahead during the summer of 2016, stories surfaced that Costa was on the verge of moving back to Atletico Madrid -- the club he'd scored 43 goals in 94 appearances for before moving to the Bridge in a £32 million deal in July 2014.

At that...

Costa's desire to re-join Atletico sends Chelsea's transfer plans into chaos

Steve Nicol says Chelsea should try to spin Diego Costa's desire to return to Atletico into a move for Antoine Griezmann.
With reports linking Diego Costa with a move to China, Gab Marcotti weighs in on the validity of the most recent rumours.
Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes tackle the latest rumours surrounding football's biggest stars.

The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here.

Costa's Atletico insistence a setback for Blues?

Chelsea striker Diego Costa made his position clear after the FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal -- he is interested in leaving only if Atletico Madrid is the destination.

The Independent reports that Atleti's interest in bringing Costa back remains strong, but says that would...

FA Cup passes peacefully thanks to robust security presence at Wembley

Watch on as Arsenal lift their 13th FA Cup trophy, as Aaron Ramsey's late goal proved to be the decisive goal vs. Chelsea.

LONDON -- For all the tension and fear during a week scarred by the death and devastation of the Manchester bomb attack, Saturday was a day when the UK moved forward.

A series of arrests and a lowering of the national terror threat level from critical to severe was the hard evidence of that and the FA Cup final at Wembley provided a reflection of a vigilant but calm public mood as it passed peacefully, without incident.

With regard to this week's atrocity at least, the response was respectful...

 By Phil Lythell

Thibaut Courtois keeps Chelsea close despite FA Cup final defeat vs. Arsenal

Antonio Conte addresses Arsenal's controversial goal in the FA Cup final, which he feels shouldn't have stood.
Thibaut Courtois laments the decision to allow Arsenal's opener, where he feels Ramsey clearly interfered.

Chelsea were unable to add the FA Cup to their Premier League title after succumbing 2-1 to Arsenal at Wembley.

The Blues appeared to be still recovering from their exuberant celebrations after they were crowned champions last Sunday, with Arsenal far more committed from the first whistle. It didn't help that the officials allowed Alexis Sanchez's early goal to stand despite a handball in the build-up and clear interference from Aaron Ramsey, who was stood in an offside position. Nevertheless,...