Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has taken a swipe at his team-mates after claiming that they lacked maturity in the final minutes of Sunday's 1-1 draw with Manchester United. (The Express)
The 36-year-old's 53rd minute opener looked to have earned the Blues all three points at Old Trafford, before Robin van Persie's injury time equaliser salvaged a point for the hosts.
Drogba was frustrated with the manner of how the goal was conceded after Branislav Ivanovic conceded a dangerous free-kick - and was sent off as a result right at the death.
The result means that Chelsea remain at the top of the Premier League table, but with a four-point advantage rather than six that had previously been expected.
They'll be given the chance to bounce back quickly from yesterday's disappointment though, as Drogba and co take on Shrewsbury Town in the League Cup fourth round on Tuesday.
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Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has confirmed he wants to keep on-loan Chelsea defender Ryan Bertrand on a permanent deal. (Daily Echo)
The talented full-back was deemed surplus to requirements by Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge this season, but has excelled during his brief stint at St Mary's so far.
Atletico Madrid striker Mario Mandzukic has insisted turning down Chelsea and other offers from the Premier League career was the 'best decision' of his career. (Daily Star)
Jose Mourinho wanted to bring the Croatia international to Stamford Bridge, but failed to entice him to west London from Bayern Munich - the player instead choosing to embark on a new adventure in La Liga.
AS Roma are already looking to replace Ashley Cole following the former Chelsea defender's disappointing start to life in Italy. (Evening Standard)
The 33-year-old has struggled to find his best form in Serie A and was taken off at half-time in last week's 7-1 humiliation by Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Chelsea face competition for the services of Stephan Lichtsteiner after Arsenal joined the race to sign the Juventus right-back. (Daily Star)
The Switzerland international has entered the final 12 months of his contract with the Serie 'A' champions, and could leave Turin on a free transfer next summer.