Chelsea transfer round-up: January 9

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Check out a round-up of all the biggest transfer news stories involving Chelsea today.

Shock Bony swoop 

Just when we all thought Wilfried Bony was heading to Manchester City, it appears that Blues boss Jose Mourinho is about to stun everyone and swoop for his signature


There's no doubt about it, despite the likes of Diego Costa, Didier Drogba and Co. plying their trade at the Bridge, the Blues could do with adding one more top forward to their ranks. 

A deal for Bony, though, would no doubt come as a surprise, but wouldn't Mourinho love to get one over on his title rivals...

Goodbye Schurrle?

Heading out of the Bridge, however, could be German forward Andre Schurrle, who has endured a tricky time under the 'Special One' this season. 

The winger has been the subject of criticism at Stamford Bridge of late and has seemingly fallen down the pecking order at the club, meaning that he could now join Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg. 

Loan deal 

As well as Schurrle, midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah could be heading out of the Stamford Bridge exit door...but on a temporary basis. 

Bordeaux boss Willy Sagnol has confirmed that the French based club are in advanced talks to bring the ace to the club for the remainder of the season. 

Lionel Messi 

Go on then, we will finish with Lionel Messi...well he's not signed for Chelsea yet, but he can become a blue for...£500m! Bargain. 

So, if Chelsea are going to win the race for the Argentine magician, they will have to break that previous measly club record of £50m.

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