Without football, we are likely to see more and more random stories to fill time and columns in the press.
Well, during these unprecedented times of self-isolation, footballers are out there filling their time with home workouts, internet challenges, and in Christian Pulisic's case, an attempt at dancing!
The world is totally up in the air right now due to the global Coronavirus pandemic.
The talk of Chelsea right now is all based around which new potential left back they will be signing in the summer, or whenever the transfer window opens.
Cesc Fabregas signed for Chelsea from Barcelona in 2014, and the love affair began.
All the talk surrounding Chelsea and transfers right now seems to be all about who they will look to bring in at left back.
When reading about Chelsea's pursuit of a new left back, the names who are constantly linked with being the main targets are Leicester City's Ben Chilwell, and Porto's Alex Telles.
Chelsea had the almost impossible task of going to Bayern Munich and beating them 4-0 to stay in the Champions League this season, after being gunned down 3-0 at home in the first leg knockout game.
It looks as though the Chelsea players will have to continue to carry on their home training routines, rather than returning to full training at Cobham once again.
Chelsea are being continuously linked with signing a new left back this summer, with Leicester City's Ben Chilwell and Porto's Alex Telles the names that are being mentioned.
It is great to read headlines like the above in the face of such a worrying global pandemic.
The season has been a bit of a roller coaster so far for many Chelsea players trying to make it under Frank Lampard.
The nightmare that is the Coronavirus pandemic has literally stormed the globe and disrupted everything right now.
Despite the lack of football, Chelsea are still looking at their transfer plans for when the transfer window does reopen.
You cannot help but love the way that John Terry still refers to Chelsea as 'us'. Something that he will clearly continue to do for the rest of time. He is the clubs biggest fan and literally bleeds blue.
Chelsea will target a new left back this summer with the futures of Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri under threat.
Chelsea have had an inconsistent season over all so far under Frank Lampard, and this inconsistency stems to the players as well.
As the world continues to deal with the global Coronavirus pandemic, we here at Chelsea-News will continue to provide you content to give you a rest bite from all the madness!
The only silver lining of there being no football is that it looks as though Chelsea are sorting out some of their transfer business, and that often brings some exciting rumours.
UEFA have relaxed Financial Fair Play rules off the back of the Coronavirus pandemic in order to help clubs through the crisis, according to The Athletic.