Chelsea remain in the spotlight after a poor start to the season which has sparked rumours that manager Jose Mourinho's job is on the line.
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola reacted with anger when he was asked about the possibility of taking over at Chelsea if the Portuguese is sacked, according to the Daily Express. "The subject is always the same. I am not going to answer," the Spaniard said. "I can't be bothered with it anymore."
On the transfer front, Chelsea are set to beat Manchester United and Paris St Germain to the signature of 19-year-old Serbian midfielder Marko Grujic in January, claims The Guardian.
Manager Mourinho remains under big pressure but Chelsea midfielder Ramires has insisted that a mutiny is not about to break out against the manager, reports the Independent. "There is no mutiny against Mourinho," Ramires said. "If you take our last games you will see how everyone is running relentlessly, putting their lives on the line on the pitch, as we say."
Former Blues midfielder Frank Lampard has no doubts his former manager can turn things around at Stamford Bridge, Get West London reports. "These periods do happen, I've been involved in them before and the thing that matters is coming out of them the other side," said Lampard.