Chelsea news: Frank Lampard’s Moussa Dembele update, Giroud terms ‘agreed’, transfer blocked

The January transfer window has been open for 10 day now, but Chelsea are yet to sign any players.

The Blues are able to bring in new signings this month, after the club’s transfer ban was reduced following an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

However, no new players have arrived in the first week of the window.

Two player have departed, with Danny Drinkwater returning from a loan spell at Burnley, before then heading out on loan to Aston Villa. Meanwhile, Friday saw

But there have still been plenty of players being linked with a move to Stamford Bridge.

So what is the latest on other potential transfers this month? We take a look at the latest Chelsea news below ahead of the Blues’ clash with Burnley this weekend in the Premier League.

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Giroud ‘terms agreed’

Sky Italia have stated that Olivier Giroud has agreed terms on a two-and-a-half-year deal in Milan, and now all that remains is for the two clubs to agree terms on a deal.

Chelsea are said to want €8million-€10million (£6.8million-£8.5million), while Inter are said to be offering €5m (£4.25m) .

Frank Lampard has spoken on the matter, and says that a move is possible for the France international – but it has to be the right deal for Chelsea.

“Said it after the last game, if it’s right for everybody, [Giroud can leave],” Lampard told reporters. “First that’s us, then we will look at it. He has been a great professional here. I hold him in a lot of respect.

“Everyone is talking about it, his agent has spoken to the club. But it’s not done. It’s not necessarily about getting someone in first.”

Moussa Dembele update

Frank Lampard has given an update on Chelsea’s January transfer plans amid rumours of a move for Lyon striker Moussa Dembele.

The former Fulham and Celtic star has been linked with a move away from Ligue 1, with Chelsea said to be the main…


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