Sport Chelsea's Eden Hazard is fouled by Phil Bardsley of Stoke

Mourinho said it was a 'clean game' other than Bardsley's reckless tackle

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Manchester United will spend nearly £400m on just three players, reveals study

Deals for Juan Mata, Angel Di Maria and Luke Shaw are amongst the most expensive in the world when the full potential cost is calculated

Kurt Zouma of Chelsea collides with goalkeeper Petr Cech

Petr Cech: My padded helmet 'saved' Kurt Zouma

The Chelsea goalkeeper clashed heads with the defender

Transfer Talk: David De Gea to Real Madrid for £33m; Petr Cech to Liverpool; Crystal Palace could make shock Ashley Cole move

A look at the latest gossip and rumours on Wednesday 17 December

Medical staff as they treat Kurt Zouma

Derby 1 Chelsea 3: Jose Mourinho concerned over the time it took stretcher bearers to reach Kurt Zouma

Defender lay prone after collision with Petr Cech

Eden Hazard picks three former Arsenal stars in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Legends XI

Hazard picks three Arsenal players and four Frenchman in total

Chelsea transfer targets: Who could Jose Mourinho sign in January?

Chelsea may want to strengthen their squad in the January window

Cesc Fabregas celebrates with Diego Costa

Cesc Fabregas believes securing the Premier League title with Chelsea will be harder than trying to win it with Arsenal

Fabregas didn't play in the Gunners' triumphant 2003-4 season but feels that the level of competition has gone up

Champions League draw: Chelsea vs PSG

Video: Simon Rice talks through Chelsea's draw in the last 16 of the Champions League

Cuadrado is a late bloomer but has been excellent for Fiorentina in the last two seasons
Steve McClaren's Derby face Chelsea in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday evening

Derby vs Chelsea: Steve McClaren hopes Derby can measure up to Jose Mourinho standard in the Capital One Cup

Steve McClaren, the Derby County manager, is interested to discover tonight against Chelsea in the Capital One Cup how far his side has progressed since being knocked out by Jose Mourinho’s team in the FA Cup in January. “I want to see how our players perform – have we moved on from a year ago? Because Chelsea have,” he said.

Arsene Wenger, left, Manuel Pellegrini, centre, and Jose Mourinho

Champions League draw: Chelsea and Arsenal should reach quarter-finals, but Manchester City may struggle against Barcelona

London pair should make it to the quarter-finals after yesterday’s Champions League last-16 draw but Manchester City are handed Barcelona – yet again

Steve McLaren and Jose Mourinho

Derby County vs Chelsea: Capital One Cup match preview

A look ahead to the Capital One Cup quarter-final

Champions League trophy

Champions League dates: When do Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City play their last-16 matches?

First legs will take place in February and the second legs two weeks later

PSG vs Chelsea: What can the Blues expect from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and their last-16 opponents?

Profile: Chelsea handed tough draw in last-16

Arsene Wenger during his time at Monaco

Champions League draw: Arsenal draw Monaco but nightmare for Chelsea and Manchester City

The current Premier League leaders will play PSG while City face Barcelona

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