Some of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea…
The Daily Mirror has again linked Chelsea with Bristol City’s Antoine Semenyo.
The Mirror has been touting Semenyo for a move to the Premier League, claiming there is interest in him among top clubs and that Bristol City could struggle to hold on to him.
Manchester United are also said to be interested in the teenage forward, who is on loan from the Robins at Newport County.
Hazard speculation continues
There continues to be speculation over the future of Chelsea star Eden Hazard.
The Daily Mail has subsequently suggested that Hazard will look to force an £88m move to Real this summer.
Emerson could be sold, Star claim
Emerson Palmieri could join Juventus for £15m, it is claimed.
The Daily Star claim left-back Emerson could go as part of an agreement reached for Gonzalo Higuain to join Chelsea.
Striker Higuain, who played under Blues boss Maurizio Sarri at Napoli, is currently on a season-long loan at AC Milan from Juventus and a deal is close for him to move to Stamford Bridge.
The Daily Express believe Higuain will arrive in London on Tuesday to complete his move.
Chelsea to make loss on Morata – Sun
Alvaro Morata is set to join Atletico Madrid on a six-month loan with the Spanish club having the option to buy him from Chelsea for £48.5m, The Sun say.
The Sun declare that Chelsea are therefore set to make a £16.5m loss on the striker, who has failed to impress since a big-money move from Real Madrid.
Moses move reportedly close
Chelsea’s Victor Moses is close to completing a move to Fenerbahce, the Daily Star reports.
Moses, who is not in Sarri’s first-team plans, had been linked with a move to Fulham.
Sport claim Chelsea want Barca youngster
Spanish publication Sport claim Chelsea are looking to sign teenager Ilaix Moriba from Barcelona.
Manchester City are also reported to be keen on the 16-year-old midfielder, who has been dubbed the ‘new Paul Pogba’ because of his supposed similarity to the Manchester United star.
Sport claim Chelsea have made Moriba a better offer than both City and Barca.