International News Chelsea boss unhappy with Willian 4 hours ago

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Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud remain at the club and with Willian, Eden Hazard and Pedro all unsafe in the final third, Chelsea should cause problems for several other defenders.

Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has reportedly told Chelsea that he has no intention of penning a new contract with the club.

Courtois, who was recently honoured with the Golden Glove at the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russian Federation, will return to London at the moment to join the Blues in training.

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Jose Mourinho is said to be keen on taking him to Manchester United, but the club are unwilling to spend a huge sum on an ageing winger and even Barcelona showed an interest before signing Malcom. They were interested in Roma's Alisson but he opted for Liverpool in a record deal for a keeper.

"I talked with the club about the market but only one time, maybe two times".

"I am not moving, I am happy at Chelsea and living in London.I am very happy living in London", declared the forward.

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Which players are Chelsea most likely to sell and sign this summer, according to 888sport? Courtois was another impressive performer during the World Cup and has just a year left on his current deal.

Hazard has flirted with a move to Madrid in recent weeks having hailed the European champions a "special" club while hinting that he has a well-known "preferred destination".

Chelsea will take on Manchester City on Sunday 5th in the Community Shield before the English Premier League officially starts the following weekend on Friday 10th.

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They could be involved when Chelsea face Lyon at Stamford Bridge in their final friendly of the summer next Tuesday (8.05pm).

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