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Transfer Rater: Icardi to United, Shaw to Chelsea

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Blues' hopes rest of key duo

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History repeating at Chelsea

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Albert Ferrer on Barcelona vs. Chelsea and how Luis Enrique is perfect for Blues

The FC guys delve into the rumours that former Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique is the top choice to replace Antonio Conte at Chelsea.
The ESPN FC panel explain why they doubt the Champions League tie between Chelsea and Barcelona will be another instant classic.

BARCELONA -- Albert "Chapi" Ferrer could consider himself a trendsetter. He became the first Spaniard to ever play for Chelsea in 1998, having been part of Johan Cruyff's Dream Team at Barcelona, and was just the second player to turn out for both the Blues and Barca (after Mark Hughes.)

Since Ferrer, another 11 Spanish players have gone on to play for the Premier League champions and the total number of players to have played for both Chelsea and Barca is now up to 13.

Ahead of his two former sides...

Barcelona's Lionel Messi gets another shot at UCL bogey team Chelsea

The ESPN FC panel explain why they doubt the Champions League tie between Chelsea and Barcelona will be another instant classic.

The two club rivals Lionel Messi has faced most often in his record-shredding career are Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.

Across 72 matches against those La Liga foes, the Argentina international has scored 52 times and won 38 of them. Extraordinary stats.

The English teams who have most often tried to figure out a way to smother Barcelona's No. 10 in the Champions League are, in order, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United.

Against Arsenal, City and United he's scored 17 goals...

Chelsea want Christian Pulisic in exchange for Michy Batshuayi

Christian Pulisic talks about transitioning to life in Germany at a young age, playing with some of Europe's best players and Dortmund's chances of winning the Europa League.
Amid reported interest from the Premier League, Brian McBride and Mark Donaldson revisit Christian Pulisic's future and discuss whether he should remain with Dortmund.
Borussia Dortmund's Christian Pulisic is glad that the media speculation around Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is over and that the club can now focus on improving their form.

Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window, and Transfer Talk has the updates on all the latest rumours.

Chelsea might use Batshuayi to enter Pulisic race

Christian Pulisic might have a new suitor in the Premier League, as the Daily Mail reports that Chelsea could ask for the American in exchange for letting Michy Batshuayi sign a permanent deal in the summer.

Chelsea refused to sell Batshuayi to Dortmund outright last month, but he has been in world-class form since starting...

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Ethan Ampadu rampant, Willian exquisite in Chelsea defeat of Hull

Olivier Giroud extended Chelsea's lead over Hull City in the FA Cup to 4-0 with his first goal for the club since his move from Arsenal.

Chelsea booked their place in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup with a 4-0 stroll over Hull City at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues flew out of the blocks with Willian scoring inside two minutes with a wonderful left-foot shot having won the ball high up the pitch. Pedro Rodriguez was next on the score sheet following a delicious first-time pass from Fabregas. Olivier Giroud's strength and finesse then set up Willian for another sublime finish off the inside of the post. Giroud scored his first for the...

Chelsea cruise as Willian, Giroud star ahead of Barca test

Olivier Giroud extended Chelsea's lead over Hull City in the FA Cup to 4-0 with his first goal for the club since his move from Arsenal.
The ESPN FC panel explain why they doubt the Champions League tie between Chelsea and Barcelona will be another instant classic.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Chelsea's 4-0 win vs. Hull in the FA Cup fifth round.

1. Too easy for Chelsea

Chelsea have had precious little fun in 2018, but the good vibes were well and truly back at Stamford Bridge against Hull City.

The visitors were admittedly obliging opponents and took just 106 seconds for Kevin Stewart to give the ball away deep in his own half and Willian drove at the Hull defence, jinking onto his left foot and curling into the top corner.

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Critical few weeks for Chelsea as Antonio Conte nears the exit

As pressure continues to mount on Antonio Conte, Gab Marcotti dismisses the notion the Chelsea manager wants to be sacked, even though he appears to be pushing the club's buttons.

The FA Cup can save a manager's job. Arsene Wenger is still in place at the Emirates because Arsenal won the trophy last season. Antonio Conte was on the losing side in the final nine months ago but even if Chelsea replicate the Gunners' success in May, Conte cannot expect a reprieve at Stamford Bridge.

Conte may not even last that long.

The 48-year-old's relationship with the club has reached the point where both sides recognise that a parting of the ways is inevitable. Chelsea remain in contention...