Not really the name that anyone would have been expecting Chelsea to be linked with, but here we are.
The Fikayo Tomori to AC Milan rumours appear to be getting stronger by the day, with the Chelsea defender now advancing in a move to Serie A.
Chelsea and Frank Lampard have hit a real sour patch of form in the league over the last handful of matches, and things must improve there are no two ways about it.
In terms of work rate, attitude, and confidence - they don't come a lot better than Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour.
The last couple of days has bought one major talking point for Chelsea fans, the news of the club allegedly looking to bring Avram Grant back to the club in some capacity.
We have always had a sense that Chelsea fans chasing any more new signings at the club will have to wait until the summer rather than anything major happening this month, and as we hit day 13 in January it appears more the case by the day.
Football and politics rarely mix, but when they do you know there is a real problem.
Chelsea have announced a done deal this January with a player departing Stamford Bridge.
Another day brings more managerial speculation at Chelsea Football Club.
Chelsea have been very quiet so far in this transfer window, but that was expected after the summer they had.
Chelsea have some serious talent out on loan this season, and thankfully there are a few of them getting essential first team experience in the Premier League.
Chelsea have received a squad boost ahead of their next Premier League match against Fulham on Saturday.
News surfaced yesterday of some whispers regarding Chelsea potentially bringing Avram Grant to the club.
The Chelsea board and Frank Lampard have some pretty big decisions to make this month in terms of player departures.
Things are eerily quiet in the transfer market so far this January, perhaps due to the financial implications of Covid-19.
There is a new young talent catching the eye of Europe's top teams, according to reports.
Chelsea could finally be looking to move a few of their serial loan players on permanent deals at the end of this season, bringing in some extra cash and freeing up future squad space.
We are now 12 days into the January transfer window and as expected, Chelsea have been very quiet in terms of any potential arrivals.
One of the few bright sparks during Chelsea's recent run of bad form has been winger Callum Hudson-Odoi.
There has been a lot of talk of formations and tactics recently as we all assessed and discussed Chelsea's recent poor form.