EDEN HAZARD is set to step up his return from injury against BATE Borisov tonight.
Catch up on that and all the latest Chelsea news in our daily round-up, below.
BAK FOR GOOD
TIEMOUE BAKAYOKO could be returning to London – but not finishing the season at Chelsea.
The Frenchman has endured a difficult loan spell at AC Milan and Fulham are willing to take him on if he returns from Italy.
They were tied for the honour with Juventus – but Manchester United’s late victory in Turin meant the Blues are the only team left without a defeat.
CHELSEA boss Maurizio Sarri has confirmed Eden Hazard is set to play only 45 minutes against BATE Borisov tomorrow night.
But Alvaro Morata has stayed at home, with Sarri saying his Spanish striker needs to train alone.
The 21-year-old has revealed Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City have all expressed an interest in signing him.
BARCELONA forward Malcom has ended any rumours to Chelsea after revealing that he wants to stay and create history at the club.
The Brazilian netted his first goal for the club in their Champions League tie against Inter Milan, having struggled since his £37.3m from Bordeaux in the summer.
The 18-year-old has just returned from injury, and could seek a temporary spell for game time with Derby County and Aston Villa interested.
WEST HAM want to sign Ruben Loftus-Cheek on loan from the Blues in January, but the move has been blocked by Maurizio Sarri.
The England midfielder struggled with game-time at the start of the season – yet has four goals in his last four matches.
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GET HIM IC
BLUES fans want Mauro Icardi at Stamford Bridge after his impressive Champions League displays against Tottenham and Barcelona.
The Inter Milan striker has netted three times in Europe this season – along with six in the league.
BLUES’ BIG CAL
The England hopeful has been sensational for Bournemouth this season, scoring seven goals and assisting another four.
The Watford ace has been prolific this season, scoring five times in 11 league games.
NIC OF TIME
The Ivorian has been deadly with eight goals and seven assists in 12 games.