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Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Marina Granovskaia to battle Man United for midfielder

Chelsea started their Champions League campaign with a goalless draw with Sevilla at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.

It’s been a mixed start to the season for Frank Lampard’s side, who have a host of new signings who still need to settle in at Stamford Bridge.

Off the pitch, Lampard saw a mass influx of new players join the Blues in the summer, including the likes of Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Kai Havertz.

But the Blues boss could still look to add to his squad in the January window, with rumours swirling of a move for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice.

Here are the latest Chelsea-related transfer stories.

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Chelsea to battle Manchester United for midfielder

Chelsea are interested in signing Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria, according to BILD reporter Christian Falk.

The Blues appear to be in a battle with Premier League rivals Manchester United for the 23-year-old.

Lampard is clearly after a new defensive midfielder, with West Ham United star Declan Rice being consistently linked with a move to West London.

However, according to Falk, Chelsea are now looking at the Switzerland international but will face stern competition.

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Hudson-Odoi decision

Chelsea do not want to sell winger Callum Hudson-Odoi in January, according to Fabrizio Romano, when speaking on the Here We Go podcast.

Bayern Munich came in for the 19-year-old over the summer, but wanted a permanent option once his loan deal was up, something the Blues were not willing to do.

Likewise, according to Romano, Hudson-Odoi does not want to leave the London-based side.

If the European champions do come back in for the teenager next summer, then they would have to offer €80m (£72m) for the Blues to consider selling him.

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