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Transfer Rater: Bakayoko to Chelsea

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 By Phil Lythell

FA Cup win at Arsenal's expense to seal the double would be sweet for Chelsea

Gary Cahill insists Chelsea are still motivated for Saturday's FA Cup final after a week of title celebrations.
Chelsea vice-captain Gary Cahill feels that anything could happen when they face Arsenal in the 2017 FA Cup final.
The Exploding Heads try to touch on just about every storyline ahead of the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal.

In what has been an extraordinary season for Chelsea, only one more game remains and it could scarcely be bigger. The FA Cup might have lost a little of its lustre in recent times but the final at Wembley remains the great annual showpiece event of English football.

Victory would give Chelsea the chance to do the classic domestic double for the second time in their history, adding the premier cup competition to the Premier League title. That their opponents on Saturday will be fierce London...

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Transfer Talk: Lyon eye Chelsea starlet Bertrand Traore

Bertrand Traore
Bertrand Traore could be a replacement for Alexandre Lacazette.

Lyon are targeting Chelsea starlet Bertrand Traore after his impressive loan spell with Ajax, writes French newspaper L'Equipe. The Burkina Faso forward would cost between €15m-€20m and has scored 13 goals and assisted on six more across all competitions this season to help the Eredivisie side reach the Europa League final in Stockholm on Wednesday.

For more on Traore to Lyon, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

 By Michael Cox

Antonio Conte and Chelsea dominated Premier League tactics in 2016-17

Former Chelsea midfielder Craig Burley praises the work of Antonio Conte in taking the club to the Premier League title.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says switching his defensive formation was the catalyst for their title triumph.
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal's change to three in defence had nothing to do with Chelsea's success.

This season's Premier League was supposed to be the most tactically diverse ever -- in the end, the campaign was based almost entirely around Chelsea's switching system, and everyone else looking to copy them.

Chelsea's 3-4-3 and how teams played against them completely dominate our tactical review of the 2017 Premier League campaign...

Tactical decision of the season

Antonio Conte's decision to switch from a 4-1-4-1 system to a 3-4-3 back in the fall is probably the most decisive tactical...

 By Mark Worrall

Chelsea likely to be prudent in transfer window despite influx of cash

Ian Darke joins the FC panel to discuss the polarizing send-off of John Terry in their final match of the season.

Having wrapped up the Premier League title, Chelsea will be in buoyant mood as they prepare to face Arsenal in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday. Winning the double would only serve to further swell the Stamford Bridge coffers, which despite a lack of European football this season are currently awash with TV prize money and sponsors' cash.

The £150 million-plus for winning the league supplemented by matchday revenues of almost £70m and key sponsorship deals -- which, each year...

Bertrand Traore: Call off the search

Bertrand Traore has spent the season on loan at Ajax from Chelsea.
Bertrand Traore has spent the season on loan at Ajax from Chelsea.

Bertrand Traore has been associated with Chelsea Football Club since he was 14, but only now as Ajax --the club where he's on loan -- prepare to contest the Europa League final against Manchester United, has he finally found himself in the spotlight.

The forward was originally linked to the Premier League champions back in August 2010, with his signing only confirmed by the club in October 2013.

Like various other youngsters before him, he was underused by current United boss Jose Mourinho, and...

Transfer Rater: Bakayoko to Chelsea, Onyekuru to Arsenal

Paul Mariner talks how Jermain Defoe is still such a success in the Premier League and what he'll bring to Bournemouth should they end up signing him.
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.
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.

Tiemoue Bakayoko to Chelsea

According to the Daily Telegraph, Chelsea are the likeliest next destination for Monaco midfielder Bakayoko. The 22-year-old recently...