‘Now, Chelsea players will get chance to prove themselves’
Frank Lampard met the first members of his Chelsea squad as they arrived at Cobham Training Centre for medical tests and a meeting with their new head coach ahead of their pre-season preparations, reports goal.com. The group then immediately flew out to Dublin where they will take part in their first two of their seven…
Bakayoko happy in Italy despite racist abuse, says Gattuso
AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso said Saturday that Tiemoue Bakayoko is happy in Italy despite being the frequent target of racist chants by Lazio supporters in recent weeks. "He is on good form, those horrible songs hurt but he was prepared for them. he behaved admirably and he did not lose his head," Gattuso told…
AC Milan deplores 'unacceptable' racist abuse
AC Milan have issued a strongly worded statement deploring racist abuse directed at two of its players by Lazio fans in Wednesday's Italian Cup semi-final at the San Siro. The club claimed "recurring chants and monkey noises" aimed at Franck Kessie and Tiemoue Bakayoko "could be heard coming from the away stand before, during and…
AC Milan fined 86,000 euros for Kessie, Bakayoko shirt prank
AC Milan and the Serie A club's players Tiemoue Bakayoko and Franck Kessie have been fined a total of 86,000 euros ($97,000) for holding up Lazio defender Francesco Acerbi's shirt like a trophy after Saturday's 1-0 win over their Champions League rivals, according to Italian media.
Chelsea midfielder Bakayoko joins AC Milan on loan
France international Tiemoue Bakayoko has signed on loan for AC Milan, the resurgent Serie A side announced on Monday, bringing an end to the midfielder's frustrating spell at Chelsea.
How Morata, Bakayoko, Rudiger can power Chelsea to another EPL title
hese players are expected to improve Antonio Conte’s 3-4-2-1 system and I will break down why Rüdiger, Bakayoko and Morata will enhance Conte's formation and improve the team.
Chelsea worried as Conte delays new deal
The Italian is believed to be frustrated with the Blues’ summer transfer business. Chelsea did get Germany centre-back Antonio Rudiger, back-up keeper Willy Caballero and Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, who arrived for £40m on Saturday.