Chelsea to reject any 'crazy bids' for untouchable Mount & 3 more latest under-radar stories

Chelsea to reject any 'crazy bids' for untouchable Mount & 3 more latest under-radar stories

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Kirby named Chelsea's Player of the Year

On Thursday, Fran Kirby was named Chelsea Women's Player of the Year for the second time in her career following his first win in 2018.

The 27-year-old forward has been a key player this season, helping the Blues win the FA Women's Super League and reach the Champions League final.

Spartak activate Moses clause

Spartak Moscow have triggered a buy-out clause in Victor Moses' loan contract, club official have confirmed to Russia media.

PR director Anton Fetisov said: "His contract would be automatically redeemed if the team finished in the top three, and we finished second."

Gilmour: Getting into Scotland team for Euros 'the stuff of dreams'

"I'm just so excited and so proud," Billy Gilmour told BBC Scotland. "Mum and dad are really proud. My little brother, I had text messages from everyone, friends and family. They're all happy and saying they're going to try their best to get tickets. Everyone is buzzing - my phone was going mad with text messages. It was a good day."

"I've come through the Scotland youth teams, so when you're playing these games, you're always watching the first team and hoping for an opportunity. It is the stuff of dreams for a young boy. I'm really happy and I can't wait."

Fabrizio Romano: Chelsea will reject any 'crazy bids' for untouchable Mount

"He’s really special and when Chelsea people talk about him, he’s really, really untouchable. So, all sorts of crazy bids will arrive this summer – Mason Mount is untouchable," Fabrizio Romano said on his Here We Go Podcast.

"He’s an amazing player, they consider him the star of the future and of the present because he’s making a difference right now. So, Mason Mount is part of Chelsea’s project and let’s see in the next months what happens with his contract."


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