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John Stones to Chelsea: Everton defender starts in Capital One Cup, despite £30m interest

England international has reportedly handed in a transfer request

Paul Pogba has been linked with Chelsea
Chelsea are believed to have opened talks over Zenit defender Garay

Ezequiel Garay to Chelsea: Zenit St Petersburg insist defender is not for sale if Blues seek John Stones alternative

Russian club insist their star defender is going nowhere this summer

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Full details of the draw for the group stage, including which pots each team are in

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John Stones to Chelsea: Everton defender 'hands in transfer request' amid £30m transfer speculation

England international reportedly keen on switch

Juan Cuadrado joins Juventus on a season-long loan

Juan Cuadrado to Juventus: Chelsea winger completes season-long loan move to Italian champions after no goals in 14 appearances

Cuadrado joined Chelsea on 2 February this year but his loan move appears to spell the end of his Blues career

Zenit St-Petersburg defender Ezequiel Garay

Ezequiel Garay to Chelsea: Former Manchester United target identified as back-up plan to Blues' John Stones bid with talks opened

Garay is looking to leave Zenit St-Petersburg and could be a short-term fix for Chelsea's defensive concerns

Diego Costa is reported to want a move back to Atletico Madrid

Diego Costa could leave Chelsea: Striker 'tells Atletico Madrid squad' he wants to return after meeting chief executive in Ibiza

Costa hasn't shown any signs of unhappiness at Stamford Bridge but is claimed to have told Atletico's chief executive he wants to move back to the club

West Brom 2 Chelsea 3: How West Brom could have beaten the champions at the Hawthorns

ANALYSIS: We've teamed up with Sports Interactive, the makers of Football Manager, to re-run one of the weekend's key games to see how the losers might have prevailed had they done things differently

England Under-21 squad announced: Liverpool duo Jordon Ibe and Joe Gomez called up for USA and Norway matches

Everton's Brendan Galloway among 14 uncapped players

Juan Cuadrado

Juan Cuadrado to Juventus: Chelsea forward on verge of loan deal, will it smooth Paul Pogba transfer?

Cuadrado set to end nightmare spell at Stamford Bridge

Luis Suarez and Neymar in action for Barcelona
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Paul Pogba to Chelsea: £70m Juventus midfielder will be pursued by Blues until close of the transfer window

Concerns that Barcelona could move in for France international

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