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Chelsea transfer rumours: No bids for Declan Rice, Fikayo Tomori ‘closing in’ on AC Milan move

Chelsea picked up a much-needed victory in the Premier League on Saturday evening as they beat Fulham 1-0 at Craven Cottage.

Mason Mount scored the only goal of the game in the second half as the Blues secured their first victory in the Premier League in 2021.

Frank Lampard could look at adding to his squad this month, although a quiet transfer window – in terms of incomings – is expected at Stamford Bridge.

There is plenty of speculation about players that could leave west London in January, with Roman Abramovich looking to get back some of the money he injected into the squad over the summer.

With this being said, here are the latest Chelsea-related transfer rumours and stories.

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Moyes confirms no Rice bids

West Ham United boss David Moyes has insisted there has been no contact from Chelsea or Manchester United for Declan Rice.

The Blues have been heavily linked with a move for Rice since the summer transfer window, but Moyes has confirmed that there have been no bids for the Hammers star just yet.

“They’re not true (rumours of a bid), we’ve had no contact from either of those clubs regarding Declan and we wouldn’t want any anyway,” Moyes told Amazon Prime after beating Burnley 1-0.

“He’s doing great for us, he’s a big leader now, he’s taken a lot of the weight off Mark Noble. He’s turning out to be a really good player but also a really good boy and good around the club.”

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There have been no concrete offers for Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso, according to a report from The Athletic.

The report claims that there are various stumbling blocks in a potential Alonso departure from Stamford Bridge, including the Blues’ desire to offload the defender on a permanent basis.

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