Chelsea are planning a January move for Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Medran, a talented midfielder likened in playing style to Croatian playmaker Luka Modric. (talkSPORT)
Jose Mourinho has been keeping tabs on the Spain U21 international ever since he left the Bernabeu, having played an instrumental role in recruiting the 20-year-old for his old club in 2011.
Medran is regarded as one of the brightest young talents in Spanish football at the moment, and was handed his first-team debut by Carlo Ancelotti in a game against Levante in October.
But, despite making good progress in Madrid, the club are yet to offer Medran a new contract, and Mourinho has sensed an opportunity to lure the player to Stamford Bridge.
Widely regarded as a star of the future, Blues fans should be excited about the prospect of his arrival in west London, following a number of impressive performances under the tutelage of Zinedine Zidane in Real Madrid's 'B' team.
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Argentina manager Gerardo Martino has backed Lionel Messi to consider a move away from Barcelona amid speculation linking the four-time FIFA Ballon d'Or winner with Chelsea. (The Express)
Messi recently admitted that a departure from Camp Nou was not completely out of the question, and Jose Mourinho would surely love to bring the pint-sized magician to Stamford Bridge.
A conman tricked a two Michelin-starred restaurant out of £28,000 of wine by pretending to work for Chelsea player Didier Drogba. (London Evening Standard)
Midsummer House - run by chef Daniel Clifford - was scammed when a man who said he was the striker's agent booked a table for six and pre-ordered wines.
Chelsea winger Eden Hazard can become as good as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, according to former Belgium captain Eric Gerets. (Daily Star)
The 23-year-old has now gone nine international games without scoring, but the Belgian legend insists that the best is still yet to come from the Blues star for club and country.
Jose Mourinho has ordered his Chelsea scouts to keep tabs on Ipswich Town defender Tyrone Mings as a potential long-term replacement for club captain John Terry at Stamford Bridge. (The Mirror)
The 21-year-old Championship star has attracted admiring glances from a host of Premier League admirers - including Manchester United and Arsenal - but the Blues appear favourites to secure his signature.
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