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Would you side with Bayern Munich? They won the German league by a distance, conquered all before them this season and go into this defining match as odds-on favourites.
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Chelsea striker Demba Ba would relish more competition with Fernando Torres next season - but is also keen to partner the Spaniard.
London, May 25: Aurelio De Laurentiis, Napoli owner announced Rafa Benitez as next coach for the team before his last game in charge of Chelsea.
The club were in dire financial straits before he arrived, and the decade of success that they have since enjoyed was beyond their wildest dreams.
Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone claims he would happily let Radamel Falcao leave the Vicente Calderon if the striker wishes to move on, amid strong speculation linking the Colombian to Monaco and long-standing interest from Chelsea and Manchester City.
The mere mention of the word 'data' makes some football fans' eyes glaze over - can football really learn from statistics? Moneyball .
When a club is owned by an obscenely wealthy oligarch, the majority of the transfer speculation naturally surrounds the splashing of some serious cash.
OK, Wayne Rooney you can have, even if he has more miles on the clock than a B-reg Austin Allegro.
Many football followers will remember transfer deadline day of January 2011 for Fernando Torres ' 50 million transfer from Liverpool to Chelsea , and rightfully so.
The summer transfer window is still in its infancy, yet it's already become apparent that Chelsea are setting themselves up as one of the offseason's most active clubs.
Chelsea and Manchester City come face-to-face in St Louis and New York City this week in two friendlies as part of their end-of-season tour of America.
Europe's elite club competition reaches it's climax at Wembley with Germany's top-two sides going head-to-head. Bayern Munich go in as odds-on favourites in 90 minutes but Jorgen Klopp's Dortmund have already dumped out Real Madrid and are 7/4 to lift the trophy.
Liverpool have been linked with a number of transfers for the forthcoming summer window already - even though the Premier League campaign has only just finished.
From an insurance standpoint, he's probably the last Chelsea player we'd trust behind the wheel of a buggy while zipping merrily around and among their expensively-assembled squad at Cobham, but the Brazilian jester somehow got his hands on one yesterday.
Romelu Lukaku signed for Chelsea from Belgian side Anderlecht for a sum of around A 10 million which could potentially rise to A 17 million with add-ons. He struggled to find playing time, clocking up eight appearances and scoring no goals.
David Moyes will rival Chelsea in the battle to sign 17-year-old Luke Shaw this summer.