Cesc Fabregas ‘thanks God’ for Chelsea move, Real Madrid eye deal and Willian’s request granted

Chelsea players are continuing their period of self-isolation as the coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of slowing.

All Premier League football has been suspended until the end of 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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Fabregas ‘thanks God’ for Chelsea move

Cesc Fabregas has revealed the twists and turns that led him from Barcelona to Chelsea in the summer of 2014.

The midfielder had moved back to La Liga in 2011, but after just three years in Spain he was seeking a return to the Premier League.

However, Arsenal failed to exercise the buy-back clause in his contract, meaning a move to Stamford Bridge came about instead.

And the midfielder ‘thanked God’ that he made the decision to move to West London.

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Real Madrid’s transfer decision

Real Madrid have reportedly made Erling Braut Haaland their top choice in the next transfer window.

That could be good news for Chelsea, because it means they will be trying to shift Luka Jovic on loan.

Chelsea were linked to the former Eintracht Frankfurt star before he moved to Madrid, and Frank Lampard has been looking for a new striker to offer competition to Tammy Abraham. Could a Jovic move be on the cards?

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Billy Gilmour’s message

Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour has reacted on social media to the club’s update on Callum Hudson-Odoi.

The Blues wonderkid tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday March 13, less than 24 hours after English football had been suspended until April 30th at the…


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