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Transfer Rater: Batshuayi to Newcastle


Who is better: Morata or Costa?


Transfer Rater: Michy Batshuayi to Newcastle, Jeremy Toljan to Tottenham

The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers for the summer. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Aymen Abdennour to Watford

Watford are interested in signing Valencia centre-back Abdennour, according to Sky Sports. The 27-year-old impressed with Monaco...

 By Paul Murphy

Chelsea hurt by early Bayern Munich goals to lose in Singapore

Gary Cahill speaks exclusively with ESPN FC's Jason Dasey following Chelsea's first game of ICC Singapore.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down James Rodriguez's contributions in Bayern Munich's 3-2 win over Chelsea.
Despite a spirited fightback from Chelsea, Bayern Munich held on for an entertaining 3-2 win.
Thomas Muller praises Bayern's reaction against Chelsea following their previous preseason performances.

SINGAPORE -- Chelsea were caught cold in the heat of Singapore as three early goals from Bayern Munich gave the German champions a 3-2 win at the International Champions Cup (ICC).

A Thomas Muller double and a Rafinha strike saw Bayern race into a 3-0 lead in the first half-hour as the shell-shocked English champions were overrun.

Marcos Alonso pulled one back before half-time to keep things respectable before the second half saw new £58m striker Alvaro Morata make his Chelsea debut and Michy...

Alvaro Morata under pressure to hit the ground running with Chelsea

The FC panel discuss the imminent arrival of Alvaro Morata to Chelsea and how he lines up with Antonio Conte's style.
James Rodriguez backs former Real Madrid teammate Alvaro Morata to settle in just fine at Chelsea.
Antonio Conte maintains Alvaro Morata was his first choice when it came to luring a new striker to Chelsea.

You only get one chance to make a first impression, so the pressure is already on Alvaro Morata to make an impressive start as a Chelsea player when he faces Bayern Munich in Singapore on Tuesday. But with the mounting attacking problems facing manager Antonio Conte, the onus on Morata to banish Chelsea's blues with a stand-out display against the German champions cannot be over-stated.

Chelsea enjoyed a serene cruise to the Premier League title under Conte last season, with Eden Hazard and Diego...

 By Mark Worrall

Clinical Chelsea pose nice selection headache for Antonio Conte

Steve Nicol and Mark Donaldson assess Chelsea's preseason and the plethora of options available to Antonio Conte.
Michy Batshuayi's brace led the way for Chelsea's rout of Arsenal in their friendly in China.
Antonio Conte maintains Alvaro Morata was his first choice when it came to luring a new striker to Chelsea.

It may have been billed as a friendly, but the clinical fashion in which Chelsea dismantled Arsenal in the 3-0 victory over their London rivals at Beijing's Birds Nest Stadium this weekend served as a timely reminder of the qualities Antonio Conte's Premier League title-winning side possess.

Conte's starting XI was a marker of the Italian's intent to take the contest seriously -- only missing wantaway striker Diego Costa, who has clearly played his last game for the club, and injured midfielder...

Kasey Palmer says Huddersfield return 'was something I wanted to do'

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Kasey Palmer scored five goals for Huddersfield last season while on loan from Chelsea.

His is a tale increasingly typical of 21st century football. Kasey Palmer signed a new contract with one club one day and joined another on loan 24 hours later. It is especially pertinent as his permanent employers are Chelsea, even though he has never made an appearance for them. Now hired by Huddersfield for a second successive season and preparing for a first taste of the Premier League, he can reflect on the changing career path for English youngsters.

A double Champions League winner -- in...