Chelsea U21 captain reacts to signing new deal & 2 more under-radar stories
'My whole family are Chelsea': Gilchrist on signing new contract"When they call you in and tell you you’re getting a new contract, it’s a big achievement, and especially being a Chelsea fan and loving the club so much. It’s extra special," Alfie Gilchrist said after signing a two-year deal with the club.
Odegaard reacts to his new Arsenal chant & 2 more under-radar stories
Saka models for Burberry at London Fashion WeekOdegaard reacts to his new Arsenal chantMartin Odegaard shared his reaction to his new chant both on the pitch and on social media after Arsenal’s weekend win over Everton.Odegaard shared a video of the chant on his Instagram story with the caption “Love it.
Everton referee appointed & 2 more latest under-radar Arsenal stories
Everton referee appointedSimon Hooper will be taking charge of the Everton vs Arsenal clash in the Premier League on Sunday, September 17, it has been announced.The 41-year-old official has refereed just four games involving the Gunners so far in his career with a record of two wins and two draws.
Arsenal could restart Dusan Vlahovic pursuit in January and 4 more under-radar stories
Arsenal women dumped out of Champions LeagueArsenal crashed out of the Women’s Champions League in the qualifying stages, losing on penalties following a 3-3 draw against Paris FC.Alessia Russo came off the bench to give Arsenal an 80th-minute lifeline after Mathilde Bourdieu had scored two goals in three second-half minutes for Paris FC.
Reece James linked with Real Madrid again & 2 more under-radar stories
Cucurella could join Man City last JanuaryAccording to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea were formally approached by Man City over a potential loan deal for Marc Cucurella.The deal would include a buy option at the end of the season - but Chelsea rejected the proposal back then.
'We were on the same page': Brugge teenager Nusa on failed €30m Chelsea move
Earlier this week, multiple sources confirmed that Chelsea had a €30m bid rejected for Brugge forward Antonio Nusa on deadline day.The 18-year-old has not spoken to the Norwegian media outlet TV2, and it does not look like he's massively disappointed by the outcome.
Kepa aims to leave Chelsea next year & 2 more big stories you might've missed
Kepa aims to leave Chelsea next yearThe Spaniard wants a permanent move away even if Real Madrid choose against keeping him, Fabrizio Romano claims.Chelsea had bid rejected on deadline dayThe Blues offered €30m for Brugge winger Antonio Nusa who is wanted by around 20 European clubs.
Chelsea got €30m bid rejected for Brugge teenage talent on deadline day, keep tracking him (reliability: 5 stars)
Chelsea bid €30m for Club Brugge forward Antonio Nusa on deadline day, according to Fabrizio Romano and the Evening Standard.Nusa is an 18-year-old Norway youth international who is capable of playing across the front line but mainly features on the left for his club.