Chelsea fans, hello and welcome.
Get settled, put your feet up - unless you’re an underling in an office somewhere - and get ready to peruse the latest information regarding your club.
Read on below for the biggest stories of the day or, for a more to-the-point offering, watch the video above. Enjoy.
PSG want Hazard (still)
Given Chelsea’s recent struggles, it’s easy to lose track of transfer links ahead of the January transfer window, but that’s not to say they aren’t there.
Indeed, somewhat alarming reports - originating in the Daily Mail - suggest that French heavyweights PSG have retained a strong interest in Eden Hazard, and will fight with Real Madrid to sign him next summer.
It could take £80million to pluck the prize jewel from Chelsea’s crown, but if there’s one thing PSG have in abundance, it’s money.
On top of that reports claim Hazard is contemplating his future. Watch this space.
Surely fans won't want to lose this:
Mourinho has time
Next up, good news for Jose Mourinho; Roman Abramovich is ready to give him more time.
Yes, that’s right, in spite of recent defeats it’s said the Russian has told his manager his job is safe for now.
Emphasis should probably be placed on ‘for now’, but it seems a lack of viable alternatives is playing its part well.
Carlo Ancelotti, naturally, remains a possible option, but it would appear that Abramovich is unwilling to rock his ship without absolutely having to do so.
Finishing us off, rumours on the continent - coming courtesy of ESPN - state that one man Chelsea might look to recruit in the January transfer window is Javier Hernandez.
The diminutive Mexican, of Manchester United fame, has taken to life in the Bundesliga with Bayer Leverkusen like a duck to water, notching 10 goals in his first 14 appearances.
It’s believed the Blues have duly taken note and may consider a move to bring him back to England in the near future. Will he want to revert to being a reserve, though? Surely not.
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