Antonio Conte took charge of a sub-standard Chelsea squad in the summer and has failed to bring the most out of his players this season.
Chelsea are coming off a harrowing defeat to arch-rivals Arsenal, and their defence looks as shaky as it's ever been. Italian manager Antonio Conte could well turn to the academy to help bolster his options at the back.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are reportedly among a number of Premier League clubs interested in Charlton wonderkid Ezri Konsa
Thorgan Hazard produced a superb first half performance against Barcelona in their Champions League group stage tie last night, and it was good enough for the Chelsea fans to want him back and the others to take a dig at his older brother, Eden.
After an intriguing round of Premier League fixtures, Manchester City continue to head the table with six wins in as many games. Elsewhere, Manchester United and Arsenal recorded convincing victories over Leicester City and Chelsea respectively.
Italian giants AC Milan are being linked with a shock £39 million move for the Chelsea midfielder, who could find himself on the bench after the reinstatement of Cesc Fabregas to the starting lineup.
Chelsea are reportedly eyeing a January move for the Burnley centre-back as Antonio Conte looks to bolster his defensive options.
With only one point out of a possible nine, pressure is mounting on Antonio Conte and his men to come up with the answers
Barcelona are reportedly preparing a new contract for Sergi Roberto in an attempt to fend off interest from Chelsea, Manchester City and others
It was Conte's most crushing defeat in recent memory and one that has left the Italian and the Blues' faithful seething. Chelsea were torn apart by Arsenal in a first half blitz to give Arsene Wenger something to celebrate about on his 20th anniversary at the helm of the Gunners.