Check out all the latest Chelsea news and transfer gossip from today.
Chelsea winger Andre Schurrle insists he has no plans to leave Stamford Bridge this summer despite frequent speculation surrounding his future. (Get West London)
The World Cup winning Germany international set the record straight after the Blues 3-1 victory over Burnley on Monday night, with Schurrle getting on the scoresheet to cap a perfect start to the new Premier League season.
Jose Mourinho might have used the 23-year-old sparingly during the previous campaign, but after getting the nod from the start at Turf Moor it shows Schurrle has forced his way into the Chelsea manager's first-team plans.
With competition for places in attacking midfield arguably at an all-time high in west London, the former Bayer Leverkusen star will have his work cut out keeping his place in the starting XI.
However, Schurrle is adamant he has no interest in joining Atletico Madrid, and instead wants to add to his trophy collection at Chelsea.
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Jose Mourinho says he hopes Petr Cech will decide to stay at Chelsea despite losing his starting spot to Thibaut Courtois in the opening Premier League victory against Burnley. (Daily Star)
The Portuguese boss made the tough decision to drop his veteran custodian in favour of new kid on the block Courtois who returns following a three-year loan spell with Atletico Madrid.
Marko Marin has left Chelsea to join Fiorentina on a season-long loan deal, the Premier League club have confirmed. (Chelsea website)
The Blues revealed that the German midfielder will link up with Viola ahead of the new Serie A campaign, which for Fiorentina begins on Saturday 30 August with a potentially tricky trip to las year's runners-up Roma.
Chelsea target Mehdi Benatia has been offered a 100 per cent pay rise by AS Roma to reject any interest from rival suitors and sign a new deal at Stadio Olimpico. (Corrierre dello Sport)
The Rome-based Sports daily says that the Giallorossi have not given up hope of persuading the Morocco international to stay put which could force Jose Mourinho to consider alternative centre-back options.