Chelsea Agree Deal To Hire New Boss – Blues Target Wants Prem Move – Striker Speaks On Possible Chelsea move


Here is a roundup of the top Chelsea news and gossip that we think you guys may have missed today –

Long-Term Chelsea target Harry Kane admits “his future is at Bayern Munich” following his decision to leave Tottenham and quit the Premier League last summer, according to the Daily Mirror.

The England captain joined the German giants from Tottenham in the summer for £100million after he became the club’s record goalscorer, but the 30-year-old has been linked with a return to the Premier League.

It is no secret that CHELSEA wanted to sign Harry Kane before he made the decision to move to Bayern last summer – but were not ready to meet his high asking valuation knowing that Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy is notoriously tricky to do a deal with.

But despite the many reports in the media which have claimed that Mauricio Pochettino would love to see Kane signed in the summer – Kane played down such speculation after Wednesday’s Champions League draw at Arsenal.

Kane told the Daily Mirror: “Of course, I know how big the Premier League is, I played there for so many years before and my future is at Bayern Munich.

“I have a four-year contract, I’m really enjoying it, hopefully I will be able to make something special happen this season.”

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That move to Bayern should have provided Kane with the title and Cup – and maybe a Champions League title – but despite all the goals that he has scored – he may end up with nothing.

A move back to the Premier League will always be in the media as many believe he still wants that record of Alan Shearer’s – But he would be a fool to make a move back so soon as Leverkusen may not have the season they are next campaign.

But many will still be sad to see his move has not worked out…YET.


Chelsea have reportedly agreed a deal with Lyon boss Sonia Bompastor to succeed the departing Emma Hayes at the end of the season.

Emma Hayes guided the team to an historic double on two occasions and achieved one domestic treble. and She has been named FA WSL Manager of the Season on six occasions and LMA WSL Manager of the Season five times. She was inducted into the WSL Hall of Fame in 2021.

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But the decision was made earlier in the season that she would be leaving Chelsea in the summer window – as she wanted to experience a new challenge after winning so much success with the Blues.

And according to the Telegraph, CHELSEA have now agreed a deal for Bompastor and her assistant Camille Abily to join the club this summer.

The reports claims that Chelsea have been pushing to secure an agreement for Bompastor, but Lyon had been determined to keep their head coach

Bompastor’s attack-minded philosophy has resulted in Lyon becoming one of the women game’s most-feared teams after previously winning the league with an unbeaten record during her first full season in charge.

The 43-year-old has led the club to the French title in the last two seasons, as well as the Coupe de France in 2023.

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Emma Hayes is a legend at CHELSEA and in the womens game – she has done so much for womens football and it was a shock to see that she is actually leaving the Blues in the summer.

Bompastor is a very highly-rated boss that could come in and bring immediate success to the club – but she is still a risk and it will be interesting to see how she copes with the WSL – arguably the best League in the world.


Kingsley Coman is reportedly ready to trade Bayern Munich for a Premier League side amid a disappointing campaign in Germany.

Christopher Nkunku and Nicolas Jackson have been brought to the club – but it has been claimed that CHELSEA will still look to add another forward to that front-line in the next transfer window

And that has led to reports in the media that a new striker is on the agenda for Pochettino – with constant reports over the past few months that Coman is a player the club would love to sign in the summer transfer window.

Now it has been claimed that Coman has made the decision that a move to the Premier League is something that he would love to experience – which will alert a number of potential clubs.

However, any club interested in signing Coman would need to meet Bayern Munich’s hefty asking price of €70 million (£60m/$75m). Nonetheless, his ability to operate effectively on both wings adds to his value as a player, making him a desirable asset for any club looking to bolster their attack


A few seasons ago Coman would have been a wonderful signing for Chelsea – but now – he would not be.

It looks like he has lost that hunger and desire that made him one of the best n the world and we would not be surprised to see him leave Bayern – but not for Chelsea – possibly for a mega money move to Saudi Arabia.

The Premier League is a place that he would probably struggle to play his best football – he is a brilliant player – but needs space to work his magic.

Add that to his injury issues – he could be a risky signing that is for sure.


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