Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Antonio Rudiger deal queried, Hakim Ziyech’s transfer dream

Chelsea’s star-studded team has well and truly clicked over the last couple of weeks, and that was evident against Sheffield United in yesterday’s 4-1 win at Stamford Bridge.

Tammy Abraham, Ben Chilwell, Thiago Silva, and Timo Werner were all on target in the victory, while Hakim Ziyech sparkled and claimed two assists.

Frank Lampard was heavily backed in the summer transfer window, and he is now starting to reap the rewards, the victory moving Chelsea to within two points of the top of the table.

The Blues enter the international break having won their previous four games in all competitions. More impressively, they are unbeaten in eight.

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It shows the improvement the team has made via the transfer market, and per the latest reports, that is not set to end.

Here is a round-up of the latest Chelsea transfer rumours.

Bent queries Rudiger transfer

Darren Bent has questioned why reports ever surfaced of a potential loan deal for Antonio Rudiger between Chelsea and Spurs.

Rudiger has dropped out of the centre-back picture following Silva’s summer arrival and has not played a single Premier League minute this season.

However, Bent finds his exclusion strange and also questioned why Chelsea would have loaned him out to Spurs either.

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“For whatever reason, he just can’t seem to be able to play for Chelsea,” he told Football Insider. “Maybe Frank doesn’t trust him or doesn’t want him. What does Rudiger do?

“I like him, I think he’s a good defender, but clearly something’s gone on down there for that to happen. The last thing I would want to if I was Frank Lampard, it’s all well and good not liking him or trusting him, that’s each to their own, but you don’t want to see him go to your rivals in Spurs and help them.

“Why would you want to make your rivals stronger? I’ve never…


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