Jose Mourinho, Falcao and Diego Costa ‘to leave Chelsea’ and Robben ready for MANU


In the absence of any real football, sports journalists and pundits are having to ‘earn their corn’ and go out and find some stories.

Or they can make them up. Or speculate. But try and involve Chelsea at the moment if possible and everyone seems to be reveling in the 2015-2016 season specialists of failure.

So step forward Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle legend David Ginola who has told BT Sport that he believes not only will Jose Mourinho quit Stamford Bridge and become Paris St-Germain boss but he will also sign Cristiano Ronaldo – in time for next season.

I wonder how current PSG manager Laurent Blanc feels about that?


Ginola insisted: “I know the Qatari investors would like to have Ronaldo at the club, no matter how much it will cost, they will pay for it.

“And I can also see Mourinho as the next manager of the team.

“So I think there’s going to be a lot of Portuguese in Paris.”

If all is to be believed, they might as well install revolving doors at Stamford Bridge.

According to the Sunday Express, the Blues will offer Atletico Madrid £40m for striker Antoine Griezmann, but two other Chelsea forwards could be bidding farewell to London.

There are, however, no quotes to back this ‘exclusive’ up…

The Sun on Sunday says Mourinho is ready to send Radamel Falcao back to parent club Monaco if an agreement can be reached to end his season-long loan from the Ligue 1 club.

There are, however, no quotes to back this one up…

And Diego Costa looks to have paid the price for a barren spell and on-pitch behaviour. The Sunday Mirror reports Chelsea will sell him in January and pursue two other strikers.

There are, however, no quotes to back this one up…

The same paper claims former Chelsea winger Arjen Robben is up for grabs after falling out with Bayern Munich team mate Robert Lewandowski – Manchester United head that apparent queue for that apparently unhappy Dutchman who wants to link up once again with his former Holland boss Louis Van Gaal.

There are, however, no quotes to back this one up…

At least Nemanja Matic will be able to turn his full attention to Chelsea’s Premier League plight. The midfielder revealed to the Evening Standard that he is ready to quit the Serbian national team because he doesn’t like the attitude of his team mates.

Said Matic: “I told our coach there is no point in me carrying on with the national team if things don’t change.”



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