In the midst of all this surprising transfer talk circulating around Chelsea this week, it’s easy to forget that a football match is finally approaching after having last weekend off.
The Blues players have been off enjoying their winter breaks, but have come back to training this week ahead of a massive game against Manchester United.
Both clubs will see this as a must win match in order to keep pushing for the top four and that all important Champions League spot.
Chelsea of course are in a much more comfortable position than United, who will probably see this as win or miss out of Champions League football.
Frank Lampard will have a decision to make between the sticks, and after being dropped in the last match, record signing Kepa Arrizabalaga expects to start this match, according to The Sun.
They say the Blues stopper had discussions with Lampard at training on Monday, and he is ready to knuckle down and help the club get top four.