It looks like Chelsea' s strike force could end up missing a member, after one of their forwards was reportedly seen in Madrid on the final day of the January transfer window.
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.
On loan striker Radamel Falcao's time at Chelsea FC has been anything but fruitful for either him or the club, and now it has been revealed that the Blues actually have an option to make the Colombian's deal permanent.
Chelsea FC manager Guus Hiddink was happy to confirm that there are no fresh injury concerns for his side after a feisty 2-2 draw against West Brom on Wednesday
The January transfer window is upon us, and it could provide an opportunity for some top Premier League clubs to offload players who are simply not in contention for regular game time. We take a look at the one player each of the top premier league clubs could be looking to get rid of soon.
Chelsea had been trying to offload misfiring Colombian forward Radamel Falcao, but it looks like they’re stuck with him for the rest of the season as AS Monaco expressed their disinterest in taking him back. 29-year-old Radamel Falcao made a name for himself as one of the most dangerous strikers in the world at clubs like Porto and Atletico Madrid, but the man who was once referred to as El Tigre seems to have lost his predatory instincts and status after a knee injury in early 2014. The most recent humiliation he faced was when Chelsea FC, who had signed him on a one year loan, were rumoured to be trying to get him back to parent club AS Monaco. It looks like the French club would prefer that he stay at Stamford Bridge, considering the fact that he’s just scored one goal this season and has been sidelined again with an injury. “Falcao is currently injured. He has to wait for […]
Radamel Falcao's loan spell at Chelsea might come to an abrupt end as he is all set to return to his parent club, Monaco. According to The Guardian, the striker has flown back to Monaco with Chelsea set to cancel his loan deal.
Chelsea FC striker Radamel Falcao's Premier League woes continue, with the Colombia international suffering a setback during his recovery from a thigh injury, ruling him out of contention for at least the next fortnight
Chelsea FC have received a much-needed boost ahead of their do-or-die Champions League clash against FC Porto on Wednesday, with captain John Terry and midfielder Ramires declared fit to play
After disappointing spells at Manchester United and Chelsea, Radamel Falcao has now been linked with a move to Russia, as the Columbian looks to revive his failing career. Zenit St Petersburg have shown interest in signing Falcao on loan in January, as the 29-year-old striker lives in the shadow of Diego Costa at Chelsea. According to the Telegraph, Andre Villas Boas wanted to sign Falcao in the summer, but the deal did not work out then. It could happen this January, as Villas Boas shares a great relationship with Falcao. A move to Zenit will mean reuniting with former teammate Hulk, with whom Falcao formed a formidable partnership. The two scored 78 goals between them at FC Porto. Zenit are third in the Russian league at the moment, and are the only team to have a 100% winning record in the Champions League. Three years ago, Radamel Falcao was in the form of his life, banging in goals week in and […]