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 By Mark Worrall

Mourinho and Chelsea vs. Casillas and Porto should be exciting UCL matches

Last year no Premier League side made it past the Champions League round of 16. How will they fare this year?

Chelsea's early labours in defending their Premier League title along with preparations for Saturday's London derby with Crystal Palace were put on the side this afternoon, as the draw for the group stages of the Champions League took place in Monaco.

Drawn in Group G, the Blues will face familiar foes in Portuguese giants FC Porto as well as playing new opposition in the shape of legendary Ukrainian club Dynamo Kiev and Israeli champions Maccabi Tel-Aviv.

While the match-ups with Dynamo and Maccabi...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea confident on Paul Pogba and John Stones moves

The ESPN FC crew discuss Everton's John Stones and believe that Everton can get more value by selling Stones to Chelsea and using the money from the transfer to bolster their squad.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Blues confident on Pogba, Stones deals

Are Chelsea actually going to pull off one of the shocks of the summer and sign Paul Pogba? The Independent reports that there is a real chance of the Premier League champions landing the Juventus midfielder this summer, with Jose Mourinho "convinced" he can persuade the Serie A giants to sell "as long as the transfer...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea youngsters Kenedy and Traore have the quality to help Blues

The ESPN FC crew discuss Everton's John Stones and believe that Everton can get more value by selling Stones to Chelsea and using the money from the transfer to bolster their squad.

As the transfer window enters its final moments, it seems that Chelsea have belatedly entered the fray. The £22 million signing of Pedro from Barcelona was as unexpected as it was swift and paid off immediately, with the Spaniard scoring in an excellent debut performance at West Bromwich Albion.

The Blues are now reportedly negotiating on two fronts, and if successful will see their summer spending soar past £100 million. Such largesse would be a throwback to the early days of the Roman...

 By Rory Smith

Pedro's Chelsea move will show just how good a player he is

ESPN FC's Craig Burley analyses Pedro's debut performance in Chelsea's 3-2 victory over West Brom.
Craig Burley and Brian McBride discuss Pedro's move to Chelsea and his impressive debut for the west London club.
Barcelona midfielder Pedro Rodriguez explains his reasons for leaving his boyhood club to join Chelsea in the Premier League this past week.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho admits being unsure about how new signing Pedro would adapt to the Premier League.

The moment you knew Pedro would thrive in the Premier League came after his goal and after his assist on his debut at West Brom.

It did not, it seems, make the highlight shows or the postgame analysis, but it managed, in the space of no more than 10 seconds, to illustrate quite why the £21.2 million Chelsea gave Barcelona for the 28-year-old player should prove money well spent.

It went like this: Pedro had embarked on a run, darting from the right wing across to the left, ghosting past a couple...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

John Stones hands in transfer request as Chelsea ready £40m bid

ESPN FC's Brian McBride thinks a move to Chelsea might be a little premature for young defender John Stones, saying Everton is the perfect environment to learn.
Sky Sports claim John Stones has handed in a transfer request.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Stones hands in transfer request as Chelsea ready £40m bid

After having bids of £20 million, £26m and £30m knocked back from Everton, The Guardian reports that Chelsea are readying a new £40m bid for young defender John Stones.

The Times early on Tuesday reported that Stones was set to submit a formal transfer request in an attempt...

 By Mark Worrall

Paul Pogba, not John Stones, should be Chelsea's No. 1 transfer target

Craig Burley and Brian McBride discuss Pedro's move to Chelsea and his impressive debut for the west London club.
Paul Pogba, left, would be able to instantly improve Chelsea, whereas John Stones wouldn't be a guaranteed starter.

Having spent the majority of the transfer window in a somnambulant state, it took the smelling salts of Swansea City's speedy wide men traumatising Chelsea's back line, and a defibrillator in the shape of Manchester City, to shock the Blues powers that be into action.

Out came owner Roman Abramovich's chequebook, and with supporters of the London club still ruminating over the manner in which City had demolished last season's convincing Premier League title winners, in came £21.7 million left-back...