Chelsea cult hero Ramires speaks on his decision to leave the club, his relationship with Chelsea and Guus Hiddink being the reason for his departure.
It is widely being reported that Chelsea and Brazil midfielder Ramires is set to leave for the Chinese Super League in a 25 Million Pound deal. The Twitterati were divided in their opinions, with some calling him money hungry and others applauding his contributions to the club.
Despite signing a contract extension in late October to keep him at Stamford Bridge till 2019, Chelsea FC midfielder Ramires is set to swap England for China, with a £25m move to Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning imminent
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
Chelsea FC are not really having the best time in the league right now, and this was exemplified by their 1-0 loss to AFC Bournemouth at home.
Chelsea FC manager José Mourinho confirmed that first-choice goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has recovered from his long-term knee injury and is available again for selection ahead of Saturday's meeting with the Cherries
Chelsea FC manager José Mourinho has revealed that he does not know whether captain John Terry will be fit in time to face Tottenham Hotspur in the London derby on Sunday, but had good news regarding goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois
Chelsea FC’s season took a further wrong turn, as they crashed to a defeat against Liverpool FC despite scoring as early as on the fourth minute.
Dark clouds have been hovering around Chelsea FC for quite some time now and with reports of discontent and mutiny spreading like wildfire, Chelsea FC midfielder Ramires took to the media to refute any claims of mutiny.
Chelsea FC's Brazil star Ramires has defended manager Jose Mourinho for publicly blasting the London side's players for their poor start to the new season.