Hello Chelsea fans and welcome to your daily roundup of all the latest news from Stamford Bridge.
With the fallout still going on between Eva Carneiro and Jose Mourinho it is easy to forget there is a massive Premier League fixture on the horizon.
In today's roundup there is news on a missed transfer target, a revelation in the ongoing row between Mourinho and Carneiro plus praise for Eden Hazard.
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CARVALHO TO MADRID
Real Madrid are in pole position to land Sporting Lisbon star William Carvalho, amid interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.
talkSPORT have revealed that Los Blancos are preparing a £32 million bid for the player as Rafa Benitez shapes his squad.
Chelsea were linked with the star throughout last season and have again been linked with a move for the Lisbon star in this transfer window.
With Nemanja Matic, Ramires and John Obi Mikel at the club it appears Chelsea do not need Carvalho.
FOUL MOUTHED MOURINHO
The fallout from last weekends game against Swansea has continued following Mourinho's criticism of Eva Carneiro.
It has now been suggested the Portuguese manager uttered an offensive term in his native tongue towards the head doctor.
It was claimed that the Special One uttered an offensive phrase in Portuguese that roughly translates as "son of a bitch” or “mother******”.
Carneiro and Jon Fearn will not be on the bench for Chelsea's trip to Manchester City on Sunday.
Eden Hazard has received some fantastic praise from Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany.
The Belgian defender said his fellow countryman has the potential to reach the heights of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
The Belgian said: “Now let’s be serious. You can’t underestimate the impact he has on Chelsea. And then you’ll expect he would have a dip in his performance level.
"“You can have a many tactical plans as you want, if Eden starts running, it is chaos. He’s at a level where he decides how good his team are. [Lionel] Messi and [Cristiano] Ronaldo are stats animals. If you look at their talent, you can compare Eden to them. But they score a lot. Unbelievable.”