Chelsea have reportedly cancelled Loic Remy's contract, allowing the French striker to join La Liga side Las Palmas on a free transfer
Chelsea forward Loic Remy is reportedly being targeted by four clubs - Newcastle, Swansea City, Cagliari, and Deportivo La Coruna
Premier League Chelsea are set to offload on-loan striker Loic Remy this summer for a cut-rate price.
Chelsea FC continue to be without strikers Radamel Falcao and Loïc Rémy for Sunday's highly anticipated game against Manchester United, while January loan signing Alexandre Pato is on a special training regime to get up to speed with the rest of the first-team squad.
Out of favour striker Loic Remy could be on his way to Leicester City on the transfer deadline days, as Reports from England suggest that Chelsea FC have accepted a bid for him. Remy has not been the favoured choice at Stamford Bridge, with Diego Cost getting most of the starts up front. This seems to have disgruntled the French striker, as he goes on the search for more game time. While Remy was linked with a move to a number of clubs, his future seems to be at the current league toppers. Reports suggest Newcastle United were also trying to sign Remy, but Leaicester City seem to have hijacked the bid on the last day, and they Striker is expected to join the foxes when the formalities are taken care of. Leicester City pay a little extra for Remy While Transfermarkt rates Remy to be valued at around £9 million, Leicester City have reportedly offered around £11.5 million for his services, […]
Chelsea FC interim manager Guus Hiddink will be able to start Eden Hazard for the first time as manager, with the 24-year-old returning against Arsenal FC last weekend after a prolonged injury absence.
Reports in the British media suggest London giants Chelsea FC remain keen on Leicester City's breakout star Jamie Vardy, and the Blues could use Foxes target Loïc Rémy as bait in order to complete the move before the January deadline.
Chelsea FC interim manager Guus Hiddink has expressed his displeasure at Aston Villa manager Rémi Garde for speaking publicly about the club's interest in Blues' striker Loïc Rémy
France striker Loïc Rémy insists he will cause Chelsea FC manager José Mourinho no trouble even if he faces time on the bench, claiming that he has the mentality of a true professional
Following the Chelsea FC manager's decision to leave certain members of his squad back in England for the Champions League game against FC Porto, concerns have reportedly been raised by Blues' players about the Portuguese's perceived 'scapegoating' of certain first team members