Update: These 2 Chelsea stars alongside Cesc Fabregas will leave Chelsea in January

during the EFL Cup Third Round match between Leicester City and Chelsea at The King Power Stadium on September 20, 2016 in Leicester, England.

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Chelsea headed into the international break after a fine winning streak of five matches, wins which include victories over champions Leicester City and Manchester United. The Blues’ last win against Everton, which was a 5-0 demolition, impressed fans and pundits alike, as the team looked scarily good.

With the current eleven playing fantastically, a change in the winning combination is unlikely.

Right from the 3-0 Leicester victory, questions over whether players coming back from injury or other youngsters will be getting a chance to play, was being raised.

Let us look at some names for whom leaving might be the only option, or who may benefit from a loan move in January.

Learn the full report on next page.


  1. Am just disappointed the way you wrote your article, is obvious you don’t like Mikel, you will be disappointed to see him sign for rivals club…I do not see any better experience holding midfielder in Chelsea than Mikel, he has delivered in big occasions, occasions Matic, Kante combination are yet to experience. Be professional in write-up please but not with sentiment.

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