Cahill could decide not to seek move, Sun say

The stories involving Chelsea in Friday’s newspapers…

Gary Cahill could decide not to push for a move in January after all, The Sun say.

Cahill has suggested he will look to leave Chelsea if he is still not a first-choice centre-back when the transfer window reopens.

But The Sun declare that Cahill will “consider a U-turn” and instead assess his options when his contract expires at the end of the season.

A number of clubs have been linked with Cahill, including Manchester United, Southampton, Watford, Sheffield Wednesday and his former club Aston Villa.

Cahill has been frustrated at being overlooked. [Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire]

The Sun have also picked up on reports that Czech billionaire Petr Kellner is lining up a partial takeover of Chelsea.

Sources in Prague are apparently suggesting that Kellner, who is a friend of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, is looking to become a major shareholder in the club and plans to open talks.

He is the latest man to be linked with a takeover of Chelsea amid speculation that Abramovich is looking at potential buyers.

The Daily Mail reports that Chelsea continue to insist that Abramovich is not interested in selling.

Meanwhile, the Daily Star claim Chelsea are considering a move for PSV Eindhoven’s Mexico striker Hirving Lozano.