Italian Serie A club Lazio are interested in signing Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga who has fallen out of pecking order since the arrival of Benjamin Mendy from Rennes. The Italian team wants the Spanish shot-stopper as a replacement for Pepe Reina whose contract is set to expire in less than one year.
Chelsea's Newly Found Defensive Determination Could Be The Catalyst Needed To Win The Premier League
There is a popular saying in the football world that "A great attack wins you games but a great defence wins you leagues". This has always been the case with the Premier League as winners usually have a great defensive statistic. Currently, Chelsea is the best team in Europe after the Champions League and UEFA Super Cup win this year.
Chelsea F.C are the current champions of Europe and they are also the UEFA Super cup winners. They fought through hell to get to where they are now and their success is largely due to two major players which are Jorginho and N'Golo Kante. Former Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri is the one that signed Jorginho from Napoli when he left the Italian club to Chelsea.
Chelsea midfielder, Jorginho has endured a career full of criticisms and rumors, especially since his arrival in the English Premier League. But the worst one that got to him was that he never deserved to be at Chelsea. He only got there because of Maurizio Sarri.
Although, it's still early into the Serie A season with three games played, yet there seems to be an assurance about Luciano Spalletti’s Napoli team. It is a known fact that they won't win every game or win the league at the end of the current campaign, but they surely looked like one of the strongest in the league and top four finish could be expected from the Gli Azzurri.
Frank Lampard's incredible performances in the Chelsea team as a player and coach remain remarkable in the memories of the Chelsea teams and supporters. He spent most of his football career with the club, becoming the club’s all-time leading scorer, with 211 goals scored in all competitions.
Photo Credit: Twitter Sources like (@talk Chelsea) has confirmed that Chelsea are still interested in bringing Eden Hazard back to Stamford bridge. This Belgian Attacker parted ways with the blues in 2019 but his journey to Real Madrid has not been so fruitful due to injury reasons.
The last time Chelsea won the Premier League title was in 2016/17 season under the managerial reign of Antonio Conte. The Blues failed to win the Premier League title under Maurizio Sarri and club Legend Frank Lampard. Though, Maurizio Sarri won the Europa League title with the Blues in 2019, his first managerial title in his career.
Maurizio Sarri's Lazio defeated Jose Mourinho's Roma 3-2 on Sunday in the Serie A to claim the bragging rights in the Derby della Capitale. After the final whistle, Lazio manager, Maurizio Sarri then went on to celebrate with the Lazio eagle after beating Jose Mourinho's Roma.
The Italian Serie A returned today after two weeks of International break as three matches went down in the competition with six teams being in action. A blockbuster fixture was played in the competition today as Inter Milan travelled to face Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome on Saturday evening.
1. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton - Arsenal) The player is on Arsenal's shortlist to replace Alexandre Lacazette. 2. Kepa Arrizabalaga (Chelsea - Lazio) Kepa could make an extraordinary move to Lazio to reunite with former boss, Maurizio Sarri. 3. Noa Lang (Club Brugge - Arsenal)
Chelsea's Thomas Tuchel is a coach that likes rotating old players for new talents. Though he has given these new talents only a little chance to prove themselves. These players deserve more chances to prove themselves to the club. First on the list is Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
Majority of football stars aspire to go into coaching immediately after they hang their boots with the hope of making it from the dug out. However, that is not the case in most cases as we have seen in the life of some former football stars. We would be looking at the list of stars that were fired by their former club after joining them to manage the clubs as coaches.
Lazio’s 3-2 Derby della Capitale win over José Mourinho’s Roma was a decisive moment for coach Maurizio Sarri and could be the turning point for the club to become genuine top four contenders. The strong performance by Sarri’s men has seemingly set the Roman club back on the right track.
Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United has been criticized for refusing to play as a centre forward for Juventus. In Manchester United's 4-1 victory over Newcastle at Old Trafford on Saturday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer started Ronaldo right away. Ronaldo was used as a centre forward and scored a fantastic brace in his Manchester United comeback.
How long has it been since the last time we saw Ruben Loftus Cheek in the kind of form he is in now? Probably 2 years or more. And that was under former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri. The Italian manager back in 2018 managed to unlock Cheek's full potential and he was Chelsea's best player that season, behind only Eden Hazard.
A few hours ago,FC Lazio defeated AS Roma in a tight Serie A encounter. The Biancocelesti also recorded their first win in four Serie A games this season,after a recent losing spree. Goals from Anderson,Pedro and S. Milinkovic-Savic were enough to give Lazio all three points in the Rome derby,and prevent a late comeback scare from AS Roma.
This article focuses on the top five most expensive goalkeepers in football history. Kepa Arrizablaga Kepa Arrizablaga became the most expensive goalkeeper in the world after joining Chelsea for a seven-year agreement worth £72 million from Atlectico Bilbao during the summer transfer window of 2018. After helping Chelsea win the Europa League Cup under Maurizio Sarri, the Spanish international was excellent for the blues.
Surprisingly, a generational talent like Callum Hudson-Odoi is yet to make his premier league appearance this season. The Chelsea youngster has seen his game time reduced and is a regular bench warmer since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel in January. And to add salt to the wounds, the 20-year-old has been denied a move away from the club.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic made his return after a four-month injury layoff by scoring the oldest foreign goal in Serie A in AC Milan's win against Lazio. After Rafael Leao's opener, the Swede, scored Milan's second goal. Ibrahimovic rubbed Lucas Leiva's head roughly late in the game, prompting Maurizio Sarri to rush onto the pitch to remonstrate, earning the Lazio coach a red card.