Chelsea news: Dani Olmo transfer boost, £450m revenues announced, players for sale, Conte payout

Are Chelsea on the verge of completing their first piece of business of the January transfer window?

The Blues had their two-window transfer embargo by FIFA lifted by the Court of Arbitration for Sport before Christmas and Frank Lampard is biding his time over his first new arrival at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea maintained their push for a Champions League spot with a 3-0 win over Burnley at the weekend and they re preparing or a clash with Newcastle Untied this Saturday.

The supporters will be hoping to see some movement in the transfer market before then.

All that and more is below in our roundup of the biggest news stories from around west London in the last 24 hours.

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Olmo transfer boost

Chelsea have been linked with a number of attacking players this month.

One of those the Blues have been tipped to make a move for is Spain U21 international Dani Olmo.

Dani Olmo of Dinamo Zagreb celebrates a goal during the UEFA Champions League group C match between Dinamo Zagreb and Manchester City
(Image: Luka Stanzl/Pixsell/MB Media/Getty Images)

The 21-year-old Dinamo Zagreb midfielder has courted interest from across Europe since making a huge impact during the European U21 Championships in the summer.

And Chelsea have been handed a huge boost in the race to sign him.

Read all about that here.

£450m revenue

Chelsea have dropped a place in the Deloitte Money League.

The Blues are no longer the richest club in London, with Tottenham overtaking them for that title.

Roman Abramovich watches the action during the Europa League final
(Image: Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images)

However, Chelsea did have a revenue stream of more than £450million as confirmed by Deloitte and that suggests there is a bright future ahead under Roman Abramovich.

Read all about it here.

Players for sale

We are almost halfway through the January transfer…


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