Ramires Returns, Moura Interest, and Morata Wants Sandro

Ramires Returns

Former Chelsea midfielder Ramires has confirmed that he is training with the club. The Brazilian confirmed via his official Instagram account that he was back at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground. Ramires is currently injured and his side have allowed him to continue his rehibiliation has his former club’s training site. He left Chelsea in January 2016, and signed for Chinese club Jiangsu Suning. Since making the move to China, Ramires has made 49 league appearances for Jiangsu, and has scored 12 times.

Moura Interest

Chelsea have been offered the chance to sign Paris Saint Germain winger Lucas Moura, according to reports. The Brazilian has struggled for first team football so far this season, after the French side spent massively in the summer, and signed Neymar and Kylian Mbappe. Moura has made five appearances so far this season, all coming from the bench. With the World Cup coming up in the summer, Lucas could look to make a move away from the French capital in order to keep his dream alive. The Blues are just one of many clubs reportedly interesting in signing the Brazilian.

Morata Wants Sandro

Alvaro Morata has reportedly told Chelsea to sign a player in January – Everton striker Sandro Ramirez. Morata has suggested that the Blues sign compatriot Ramirez to boost their attacking options. Ramirez only joined Everton in the summer, and has made five Premier League appearances for the Toffees, but is yet to score. Despite his lack of form, Morata believes Antonio Conte should bring the former Malaga striker to Stamford Bridge.

Luiz Rift

David Luiz will remain out of the Chelsea line-up until he proves his commitment to the club, and to manager Antonio Conte, reports have suggested. Luiz was left out of Chelsea’s squad as they defeated Manchester United 1-0 on Sunday, with Andreas Christensen perfoming brilliantly ahead of him. Conte reportedly dropped the defender after he questioned his tactics following the 3-0 away loss to Roma. The Brazilian reportedly has a strained relationship with Conte, and cracks in their relationship showed when Luiz was substituted early on during the 3-3 draw with Roma last month.

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