Yesterday marked exactly one year on from Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea team winning the Europea League, thrashing Asrenal 4-1 in Baku.
We are fast approaching the start of the summer transfer window, and although things could look different for many, Chelsea are still planning an active summer window, according to The Telegraph.
There are many things that remain uncertain in the world of football right now due to the global pandemic.
The situation will remain uncertain for many football clubs as we continue to battle a global pandemic.
There is a real potential transfer saga brewing between Chelsea and their former manager Maurizio Sarri at Juventus.
Chelsea have reportedly made an offer for a player they aim to bring in as their second summer signing, according to reports.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard reportedly has a host of potential strikers that he is looking to bring in during the summer transfer window.
You can always rely on Chelsea's Assistant Head Coach Jody Morris to bring a bit of banter to the table, and he's certainly done this today!
We are absolutely loving all the 'on this day' posts that have been flying around during lock down.
There has been a lot of talk regarding Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga potentially leaving the club over the last few months.
There looks to be what could become of the transfer sagas of the summer really starting to bubble up now.
Yesterday we had the big announcement from the Premier League that agreements had been made with clubs to resume the current Premier League season on June the 17th, as per The Mirror.
Chelsea have been in talks to sign a winger recently, according to the players Agent himself.
Chelsea have received a major boost in their reported pursuit of Ajax left back Nicolas Tagliafico, according to The Evening Standard.
Breaking news this afternoon comes from an Exclusive from the reliable Telegraph, reporting that the Premier League have agreed with clubs to resume matches again on June the 17th.
Chelsea have been linked with a number of different left back signings in the last few months.
We have just been reporting on a story written by The Telegraph last night suggesting that Chelsea will be one of the few clubs still able to spend money during the summer transfer window.
We are living in very uncertain financial times right now due to the pandemic, and expect that to be portrayed in football this season with clubs transfer business expected to be a lot less frequent.
Things may not be quite so normal during this coming transfer window, we could see significantly less spending made by clubs due to the economical crash caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.
Chelsea have been heavily linked with signing one player in particular since the start of the lock down.