Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has confirmed that he wants to remain at the club and is looking to convince Jose Mourinho that he is the number one striker at the Bridge.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has today ruled Chelsea out of the running for the Premier League title following their latest setback, a 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace.
John Terry’s own goal was the difference between the two sides at Selhurst Park and despite Mourinho belief that Chelsea will keep going until the end, he does not believe their rivals will slip up.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has suggested that the Premier League stop Chris Foy refereeing their games in future. Mourinho was still smarting after the referee sent off two Blues midfielders in Saturday evening’s 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa.
Jose Mourinho refused to be drawn on the two red cards shown to Chelsea during their 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa.
The Blues boss was disappointed with referee Chris Foy after he had dismissed Willian for two bookings although the second one looked quite harsh.
Edinson Cavani insisted that he is happy playing his football at Paris Saint-Germain, and isn’t looking to leave the French capital anytime soon.
The Uruguayan striker has been linked with a move to either Manchester United or Chelsea this summer after reports surfaced stating that he hasn’t settled at the PSG since arriving from Italian club Napoli last summer.
Jose Mourinho today told the media that striker Samuel Eto’o is not suited to performing away from Stamford Bridge. Mourinho explained his decision to play Fernando Torres and then Demba Ba in place of Eto’o in Saturday’s 3-1 win against Fulham.
Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is ready to fight for his place at Stamford Bridge according to his agent Patrick De Koster. Speculation had surfaced that the talented Belgian may be surplus to requirements under new boss Jose Mourinho however, De Bruyne has now received assurances that he is part of Mourinho’s plans.
Spanish striker Fernando Torres has against insisted that he wants to stay at Chelsea and kickstart his Chelsea career under new manager Jose Mourinho. Torres has at times been brilliant for Chelsea but in the main has struggled to justify his £50m price tag since arriving from Liverpool in 2011.