Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Blues identify Declan Rice alternative, defender set for exit

Chelsea will be looking to register their third Premier League win of the season when they travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United this evening.

After spending more than £200million over the course of the summer transfer window on the likes of Ben Chilwell, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, the Blues have had an indifferent start to the season.

Whilst they have recorded impressive victories against both Brighton & Hove Albion and Crystal Palace, respectively, they have also played out frustrating 3-3 draws with both Southampton and West Bromwich Albion.

Though it has been an indifferent start to the campaign, Chelsea’s potential is exciting, with head coach Frank Lampard having been fortunate enough to add a wealth of talent to his squad over the summer.

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And with just over two months to go until the January window opens for business, Chelsea are already beginning to dominate the gossip columns once again. With that in mind, here is a round-up of the very latest Chelsea transfer rumours.

Italian duo eye Blues outcast

Whilst Chelsea were busy on adding players to their squad over the summer, they were not so busy when it came to offloading stars that no longer figure as key components within Lampard’s plans.

One of those was left-back Emerson Palmieri, who has slipped to third in the pecking order for when it comes to starting at left-back for the Blues, behind both Ben Chilwell and Marcos Alonso.

Emerson was heavily linked with a move back to his native Italy over the summer and reports of a return to his homeland have started to escalate once more.

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