The whole Diego Costa situation seems to by dying down now to the point that we can all focus on the football. I am asking you if you think that he should start against Hull on Sunday?
Before you answer there is plenty of things to consider ahead of this weekends game being shown live on SkySports at 16:30 as part of their Super Sunday treble.
Diego Costa remains a Chelsea player until the end of the season when it is expected that he will leave Chelsea for China. Here on Chelseadaft, we investigate the sudden turnaround.
It looked just a few days ago like Diego Costa's days at Chelsea were numbered after a training ground bust-up with Antonio Conte and one of our Fitness Coaches led to Costa being dropped from the first team for the victory at Leicester on Saturday evening.
Patrick Bamford is expected to sign for Middlesborough for a fee of around £6m rising to £10m having not played a single game for Chelsea since he joined in 2012.
There is always arguments for and against Chelsea's loan policy over the years and with Bamford in particular, it will cause debate amongst the Chelsea faithful.
Having won the Premier League title four times at Chelsea, Petr Cech has a message for his Arsenal team mates and the rest of the chasing pack trying to close the gap on Antonio Conte's side.
With a wealth of experience under his belt including knowing exactly what it takes to win the title, Petr Cech knows how important the next few weeks could be in the title race.
Can I just say, before I write anything else, when have you EVER picked up the Daily Fail, or switched on Sky Sports and taken what they say as gospel and not a ton of attention seeking sh*t written by press plebs with the integrity of our coach window right now? (Thanks for that Leicester) So why this should have changed last night to the extent that the football world is whipped up into frenzied hysteria on a par with the Salem witch trials, or a group of teenagers being denied wifi access, is just baffling to me.
With numerous reports surrounding Diego Costa falling out with Conte, being dropped and linked with a big money move to China, I wanted to take a look at both sides of the story.
Costa's reported lower back injury.
News broke yesterday evening that Diego Costa has had a major bust-up with Antonio Conte in training at Cobham this week and he has been dropped from the first team that travelled to Leicester to take on the Champions tonight.
According to various reports, Antonio Conte has identified Dimitri Payet of West Ham as someone who would improve his squad and is preparing a bid of around £40m this month. I'm wondering if the Chelsea fans agree?
First and foremost, it appears that the player himself has his heart set on a move back to Marseille for personal reasons and reports this morning in the media have confirmed that he has agree personal terms with the French club.
Claudio Ranieri believes that N'Golo Kante was better suited playing for Leicester than he is currently at Chelsea and I would like your opinions.
Without question, Kante made a massive impact last season at Leicester and became the real driving force in there midfield.
Tonight marks one of the biggest moments in the history of Chelsea Football Club as Hammersmith & Fulham Council have approved the presentation put forward for the new stadium and planning permission has been granted.
Dan Levene a respected Journalist who covers anything there is to do with Chelsea announced the news from the Meeting tonight in London.
David Luiz has heaped praise on Antonio Conte this week and has once again re-iterated the two reasons why he decided to come back to Chelsea four months ago.
Plenty has been said of Antonio Conte ever since he took over at Chelsea back in the summer, especially in recent months as he guided Chelsea to the top of the Premier League having masterminded a thirteen-match, record equalling unbeaten run.
As we move deeper into the transfer window, the reports that Antonio Conte wants to bring Fernando Llorente to Chelsea are growing stronger and appear to have substance.
There has been plenty of talk and reaction to Chelsea being linked with the big Spaniard and for the most part (from what I have seen), it has not been very favourable.
Antonio Conte decided to take up the option to recall defender Nathan Ake from his loan spell at Bournemouth this past weekend. Do you think he will feature for Chelsea before the end of the season?
I have to be very honest and say that I was as surprised as anyone when the news broke that Ake was to leave Bournemouth and return to Chelsea early.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has hailed Antonio Conte despite calls for him to move out on loan by many Chelsea fans urging him to continue his development with regular first team football.
I for one have featured RLC on here in recent weeks as reports had previously appeared stating that Slaven Bilic was interested in taking him on loan to West Ham, having made just four appearances in all competitions this season so far.
It's been a few days since John Obi Mikel announced that he was to leave Chelsea and I just wanted to take time out to give my view on a player that I always admired.
Mikel was just one of those players that caused plenty of debate up and down the country. In fact you could say he was like "Marmite" because you either loved him or didn't.
In the News: Ake is back. Straight in the squad for Oscar presumably, which means we won't be splashing out on that position on this transfer window. I'd be amazed if we pulled him away from playing every week at Bournemouth to then go and buy someone. Mikelbrought a tear to the eye of many a Chelsea fan.