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Belgian midfielder set to leave Stamford Bridge
Chelsea old boy reportedly having medical with London club today
The 22-year-old looks set for a return to the Bundesliga
Rooney was the subject of two offers from the Blues in the summer but Mourinho neither confirms nor denies a renewed interest in the England star
Dzeko has vowed to do his best to fill the void
De Bruyne's lack of first team football under Jose Mourinho has led to the Belgian pushing for a Bundesliga return
Pain of national team failure still hurts high-flying Derby manager but, he tells Richard Rae, it was part of a learning process
The Belgium coach Marc Wilmots believes the 22-year-old must leave the Blues in January to keep up a chance of making his World Cup squad
3-1 defeat on Saturday has led to large areas of the fans calling for significant money to be spent on the squad but Cabaye will do little to calm the Gunners defensive crisis
The Gunners kick off their season tomorrow at the Emirates
Brazilian has chose to remain in Germany after signing a five-year deal with the Bundesliga club which raises some serious questions over why players are turning down the Gunners
Yaya Sanogo remains their sole addition to a thinning squad, but Wenger promises the club will remain active right up until the September 2 deadline
Former Villa captain Martin Laursen scouted the 20-year-old defender on Tuesday
German football fans painted London town red – and yellow and black – last night as the capital opened its doors to an estimated 150,000 who travelled to experience the atmosphere of the Champions League final, even if they didn't have tickets.
Wolfsburg won the Women's Champions League after beating the holders Lyons 1-0 in the final at Stamford Bridge.
Overhauling the way Bundesliga clubs operated after a poor Euro 2000 brought through the brilliant youngsters on show this week