Chelsea news: UEFA update on Premier League end date, Abraham nickname, £100m release clause

Chelsea players remain in self-isolation as the coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of slowing.

All Premier League football has been suspended until 4 April, as authorities try and work out how to fulfil the remainder of the season’s fixtures.

UEFA have already confirmed that Euro 2020 will be postponed until next summer to allow domestic leagues time to finish their games, but the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak could further delay plans.

With that in mind, what is the latest Chelsea news from west London?

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UEFA offer update on when Premier League, Champions League and Europa League will be completed

UEFA have said that they are committed to completing all domestic and European club competitions including the Champions League and the Europa League by the end of the current season.

Chelsea should have been in Champions League round of 16 second leg action this week, taking on Bayen Munich at the Bernabeu.

Frank Lampard’s men found themselves having a mountain to climb if they wish to get through to the quarter final of the competition.

However, the game was postponed amid the outbreak of coronavirus throughout the world.

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Abraham gets new nickname

Chelsea’s leading scorer this season Tammy Abraham has a new nickname.

And is nothing to do with the number of goals he’s scored in helping the Blues push for a top four spot in the Premier League.

Rather it’s ‘Avatar’ as revealed by teammate Willy Caballero as the goalkeeper replied to an Instagram post featuring what Abraham is doing during a lack of football.

It’s safe to say that the nickname confused a few Chelsea fans on Reddit.

But one fan summed it all up perfectly.

Your1truelove said: Could be from the Avatar: The Last Airbender episode “The King of Omashu” wherein King Bumi tells Aang at the end of their…


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