Chelsea transfer rumours: Ruben Loftus-Cheek makes exit admission, Emerson set for Serie A

Chelsea have made a mixed start to the new season, winning just two of their opening six Premier League matches.

Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Manchester United saw them pick up a rare away clean sheet in a season of defensive woes and individual errors.

Frank Lampard showed no hesitation in splashing the cash during the summer to recruit some of the world’s finest players, such as prolific striker Timo Werner and young sensation Kai Havertz.

And with the January transfer window rapidly approaching, here is a round-up of all the latest Chelsea rumours and gossip.

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Emerson set for Serie A return

Defender Emerson is being tracked by three Italian top-flight clubs after finding himself out of Lampard’s first-team plans.

Juventus, Inter Milan and Napoli are the interested parties, according to Sky Sports Italia , with all three clubs previously linked in the summer.

Emerson, who has made nine appearances for the Italian national team, previously played for Palermo and Roma and is said to be keen on a move after finding himself pushed down the pecking order at left-back upon the arrival of Ben Chilwell.

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Jorginho was close to Arsenal exit

Jorginho is said to have been open to the idea of joining cross-city rivals Arsenal during the summer.

Contact was reportedly made between the two parties, but ultimately a move failed to materialise with the Gunners instead landing Thomas Partey on deadline day.

Speaking to ESPN Brazil, Jorginho said: “I believe that every player is open to negotiations. So I believe there was something they talked about. And in the end it was decided that I remain here.”

In each Chelsea bulletin, we’ll be bringing you the latest breaking news, transfer features and comment pieces, as well as the key talking points for fans.



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