3 players that could leave Chelsea this month!
Florent Malouda, the Frenchman, angered and disappointed at being banished would like a move away from Chelsea and training with the youth squad. QPR are tipped for his signature, but teams in Europe are also interested. The forgotten man should leave the Bridge immediately if he wishes regular first team football.
Marko Marin, the German arrived this summer, but has been limited to appearances due to an injury that kept him out for 14 weeks. His agent is reportedly in talks with a few of clubs and is set to discuss his clients future with Chelsea soon. There was so much expectation behind the winger when he signed for the Blues, a loan spell away from England could do a world of good for the youngster.
Yossi Benayoun, arrived at Stamford Bridge back from his loan spell at West Ham only this month, but the club and manager don’t see him as part of the team. A couple teams in the Premiership are interested, as are a number of teams abroad, but his injuries could hamper a move away until his contract expires in the summer.
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Marouane Fellaini, the big haired Belgian could be on his way out of Everton, growing frustrated with the lack of European football, but the 25 year-old comes at a big price of £22m.
Willian, Shakhtar’s talented Brazilian winger/forward could join up with his fellow Brazilians at Chelsea, giving the Blues an extra “something” out wide.
Paulinho, currently playing in Brazil with Corinthians, could be a target having been linked with Chelsea a couple months ago, but even more so now as the Blues need to bolster their midfield.
Coutinho, Inter Milan’s Brazilian attacking midfielder has been linked with a move to Liverpool, but Chelsea could show an interest in the 20 year-old with a £12m/€14m bid that the Italian club would accept, having turned down £8m & £10m from other Premiership clubs.
Frank Lampard, yes, you heard us! The Englishman could sign a new contract this month, as Chelsea want to confirm their faith in the long-serving midfielder and assure the fans/media that he’s going nowhere.