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HAZARD TALKS GET REAL
REAL MADRID are poised to hold talks over Chelsea's £150million-rated superstar Eden Hazard.
The La Liga giants are tipped to offer a part-exchange deal involving Mateo Kovacic, rather than meet the Blues' valuation.
AND ANOTHER WEAKNESS..
CHELSEA’S defensive frailties have FINALLY been exposed as Andreas Christensen wasted his chance to impress.
After their pulsating start to the Premier League season under new boss Maurizio Sarri, the realities came to roost at the Molineux. Read our full verdict here.
WOLVES 2 CHELSEA 1
MAURIZIO SARRI’s bold gamble blew up in his face as sorry Chelsea were thrown to the ravenous Wolves.
The Blues boss rested up four of his key players with one eye on Saturday’s crucial home game against Manchester City.
DAVID TIPPED FOR LU-S-A
DAVID LUIZ is likely to make a sensational switch to the MLS or China if he fails to renew his current contract, according to the bookies.
The Brazilian recently rejected the club's new terms as negotiations over a new deal appear to have hit a stumbling block.
DEN DEAL FOR WILLIAN?
CHELSEA look to be winning the battle to secure the services of Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez in January – which could mean the end of Willian.
Barca boss Ernesto Valverde is interested in the Brazil superstar, who was the subject of a transfer bid by the Spanish giants in the summer.
BLUES HOPE FOR CIC BACK
REAL MADRID plan to sell Chelsea's on-loan midfielder Mateo Kovacic, according to reports.
The Blues and totteham are both thought to be keen on a permanent deal for the Croatia star, 24.
AC CAN TIE UP DEAL
CHELSEA flop Tiemoue Bakayoko could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge for good, with AC Milan looking to make his loan deal permanent.
The rangy Frenchman endured a terrible season at Stamford Bridge last year before joining the Italian giants on a temporary basis in the summer.
EDEN HAZARD has been offered a new £300,000-a-week new deal with Chelsea hoping he will sign immediately.
But the Blues talisman is determined to gauge on any interest from Real Madrid before putting pen to paper.
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