If Chelsea are able to overcome Tottenham in the final of the Capital One Cup on Sunday afternoon then it will have completed a week to remember for the west London club.
Chelsea meet Spurs at Wembley to decide the destination of this season’s first piece of silverware and it could be the beginning of an unprecedented treble for the Blues.
There has also been good news off the pitch for Chelsea this week after it was announced the club had agreed a record-breaking shirt sponsorship deal with Yokohama Rubber.
The Japanese company, replacing Samsung, will pay Chelsea an enormous £220 million over the duration of the deal - a nice boost indeed with FFP in mind - but the club are not stopping there when it comes to new agreements.
It has been reported in the Daily Mail by Charlie Sale that, following the deal with Yokohama rubber, Chelsea now intend to take inspiration from Manchester United and pursue a separate sponsor for their training kit.
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The full details of Chelsea’s plans, along with the other big talking points from the Saturday papers on cup final weekend, can be found in today’s paper talk - click through the slides to have a gander.