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Transfer Assessment: Chelsea

Chelsea Sep 3, 2014
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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
9 hours ago

Arsenal and Chelsea set to go head to head over Valencia's Paco Alcacer

Valencia striker Paco Alcacer points in the direction that his wages will be heading.

The January transfer window may be more than three months away but that won't stop the gossip, speculation and rumours! Transfer Talk brings you the very latest. ...

Capital Gains? London duo chase Alcacer

Paco Alcacer is in red-hot form and, after getting on the scoresheet in Valencia's emphatic 3-1 victory over Espanyol, has now scored three goals in as many outings for club and country.

Scouts far and wide are starting to take notice of the 21-yead-old Spaniard, with Arsenal and Chelsea heading...

 Posted by Phil Lythell
1 day ago

Player Ratings: Chelsea goals keep flowing

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop recaps Chelsea's emphatic win over Swansea City.

Chelsea remain top of the Premier League after a characterful display that saw them come from behind against Swansea to eventually win rather comfortably.

The performance was far from perfect, though the result was the right one and there were passages of play that were straight out of the top drawer. Once again the goals flowed, but equally there were some worrying moments defensively that will need to be addressed. But for the time being, at least, Chelsea's 100 percent record is intact.

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 Posted by Miguel Delaney
1 day ago

Three Points: Chelsea vs. Swansea

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop recaps Chelsea's emphatic win over Swansea City.

Three thoughts on the 4-2 home victory for Chelsea against Swansea in the Premier League.

1. Mou right where he wants to be

It already looks ominous, and so does the rampant Diego Costa. With seven goals in just four games, his scoring record is much better than 100 percent, and it meant his team's 100 percent start to this season continues. Chelsea fully exploited the day's earlier draw between Arsenal and Manchester City to go that bit further ahead at the top of the table. If it seems ludicrous...

 Posted by Phil Lythell
3 days ago

Long-term Thibaut Courtois contract the wise move for Chelsea

Thibaut Courtois has signed a new five-year contract with Chelsea, after he won the race to replace the experienced Petr Cech as the West London club's new first choice goalkeeper.

The news that keeper Thibaut Courtois has signed a five-year extension with Chelsea might not have come as much of a shock, but it is hugely welcome nonetheless. In securing the 22-year-old for five more years, the Blues have continued their excellent recent record in squad-building after a summer of astute transfers and canny loan deals.

- Report: Courtois signs five-year deal with Chelsea
- Worrall: Blues look to clip high-flying Swansea
- Lythell: Loans no reason for Chelsea concern

Not only...

 Posted by Mark Worrall
3 days ago

Blues look to clip high-flying Swansea

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he is not surprised by the way Cesc Fabregas has adapted in his return to the EPL.

Table-topping Chelsea return to Premier League action at Stamford Bridge this weekend with an enticing match against second-place Swansea City. Both sides boast 100 percent records after three games.

While high-flying Swans manager Garry Monk masterminded an impressive opening day victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford, he will be under no illusion about Jose Mourinho's Blues, who represent an altogether different proposition.

Having cruised to victory against newly promoted sides Burnley...

 Posted by James Horncastle
3 days ago

After a decade of waiting, Milan have high hopes for poster boy Torres

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Fernando Torres' two-year loan from Chelsea to AC Milan and reveals the specifics behind the move.

Every new recruit at Milan gets put through his paces at MilanLab. Fernando Torres supposedly broke several in-house records while undergoing a series of speed tests upon his arrival. No wonder the interpreter got his name mixed up at his unveiling and called him Fernando Alonso, the Ferrari Formula 1 driver, instead.

A cynical reaction to this is that it is nothing more than San Siro spin. Last year when Kaka returned to the club, it was claimed that his stats matched the ones kept in MilanLab's...