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Cesc Fabregas praises Jose Mourinho, while Olivier Giroud explains the Karim Benzema feud

Here are your Chelsea evening headlines for April 1st.

Rumoured targets

Like the rest of the sporting world, Chelsea’s season has taken a backseat due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Frank Lampard’s side are currently training behind closed doors while they await news on when it will be safe to return to action.

But the transfer mill keeps churning…

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Fabregas names best managers – no room for Guardiola

Former Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas has named Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger as the two best managers he’s worked for.

The Spanish midfielder, who now plays for Monaco, first moved to English football when Wenger signed him for Arsenal as a teenager.

Fabregas won a FA Cup in north London and eventually captained the side, before departing for boyhood club Barcelona in 2011.

After a three-year spell at the Nou Camp, Fabregas joined Chelsea where he won a Premier League title in his first season as part of Mourinho’s Chelsea side in 2014/15.

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The truth behind Giroud’s feud with Benzema as Antoine Griezmann speaks up

France’s national squad is well known for its internal spats, and even though the current world champions may be a happy and united group, there remain those players outside the camp eager to pour scorn on those within.

On Sunday evening, Karim Benzema took to Instagram to dismiss comparisons with Olivier Giroud. He told his followers: “You don’t compare Formula 1 with karting, and I am being nice.”

The Real Madrid forward clearly has a high opinion of himself and his abilities, even though the Chelsea striker beat him to lead the line for their country and lift the World Cup in 2018.

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Chelsea during the break

Benzema even used to be linked to Arsenal as a potential replacement for Giroud but has not been selected since Euro 2016 following a blackmailing…

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