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Kenedy, Traore can help Chelsea

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 By Chris Wright

Juventus fan has Juan Cuadrado's face shaved into his hair

Having gone entirely under the radar during his ill-fated stint at Chelsea, it would appear that Juan Cuadrado has found himself an altogether more appreciative audience since moving to Juventus over the summer.

Fans flocked to the airport to welcome the former Fiorentina man back on to Italian soil and now one Juventus supporter has gone the extra mile in his bid to make Cuadrado feel loved again.

 By Chris Wright

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho presented with four Guinness World Records

Jose Mourinho has had a tough start to the season but at least he's now a Guinness World Record holder.

Despite his side's rather lacklustre start to the season, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho had reason to be cheerful going into the international break after being informed that he'd be entering the 2016 Guinness World Records four times.

The Portuguese won his first brace of Guinness World Records during his first stint in charge at Chelsea back in 2004-05 when the Blues amassed the most points (95) and conceded the fewest goals (15) in a title-winning Premier League campaign.

The record third came for...

 By Mark Worrall

Chelsea plans for redeveloped Stamford Bridge a boost for fans

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol assess what is wrong with Chelsea's Eden Hazard this season after his slow start to the 2015/16 Premier League campaign.

Given that Chelsea's abject start to the season has been compounded by a frustrating summer transfer window, Blues supporters have had little to cheer about recently.

The reigning Premier League champions may only be four games into the defence of a title won so comprehensively last term, but two defeats, a draw and a precarious win has dented the confidence of fans, and they will be hoping manager Jose Mourinho can turn the club's fortunes around swiftly after the international break.

Things...

 By Nick Miller

Hazard, Terry and Costa just as crucial in title race as De Bruyne and Sterling

The ESPN FC crew rates the winners and losers of the transfer window.

The end of the transfer window is a time for everyone in football, from fans to those making deals, to take a deep breath and relax.

It's a time to assess who bought well, where the gaps in each squad are and whether players who thought they were leaving can be reintegrated.

Enhancing squads with new signings is an incredibly important part of life in the Premier League, but this season it looks likely the title will be decided by how well players who were already around perform, rather than by...

 By Phil Lythell

Pedro, Falcao and Begovic boost Mourinho, but Chelsea seek a spark

Pedro says he left Barcelona for Chelsea because he needed more first-team football.

With the transfer window closed, it's time to look at Chelsea's ins and outs and whether manager Jose Mourinho can be pleased with his summer business.

Ins

Pedro (Barcelona, £22 million); Baba Rahman (Augsburg, £17.7m); Asmir Begovic (Stoke City, £8m); Papy Djilobodji (Nantes, £4m); Kenedy (Fluminense, £6.3m); Falcao (AS Monaco, loan)

Outs

Filipe Luis (Atletico Madrid, £16m), Petr Cech (Arsenal, £10m), Oriol Romeu (Southampton, £5m) Josh McEachran (Brentford,...

Manchester City lead Premier League transfer grades after brilliant summer

As the transfer window shuts, the ESPN FC panel take a look back at Arsenal and Manchester United's inability to secure a marquee signing, Chelsea's new additions, Kevin De Bruyne joining Manchester City to bolster Manuel Pellegrini's attack and much more

With the summer transfer window finally done and dusted, ESPN FC grades all 20 Premier League clubs based on how they fared in their dealings.

Manchester City - A+

Winners of the window and, consequently, now strong favourites to be winners of the title. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho spoke recently of how City "reacted" to his team winning the league in the way the London side itself did last season, but it was more than that.

This was more than a reaction. It was precise and rational business,...