Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu says he hopes to be a Chelsea player next season.
He told Turksh newspaper Fanatik: God willing, I will be a Chelsea player next season.
"There are also a number of other clubs interested in signing me."
Fans reflect on Arsenal's woeful defeat to Chelsea
Sat, February 4, 2017
Express Sport brings you the best tweets as Arsenal fans reflect in their woeful defeat to Chelsea on Saturday
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Arsenal fans reflect in their woeful defeat to Chelsea on Saturday
Celtic star Moussa Dembele insists his future is at Parkhead after reported interest from Chelsea.
He said: "I don't really listen to what is being said about me I just keep my head down and keep working.
"I was out with my knee and just tried to get back as we quickly as I can.
"Yeah my future is here and I'm enjoying it."
Moussa Dembele scored a hat-trick for Chelsea yesterday
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Jermaine Jenas believes Chelsea and Manchester United will both be interested in snapping up Sergio Aguero if he left Manchester City.
The Argentine's future is uncertain after being named on the bench in City's last two games and the immediate impact of Brazilian sensation Gabriel Jesus.
"Like Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez or Barcelona's Luis Suarez, Aguero is a born winner – you are always going to get the best out of him when he is out on the pitch," Jenas told BBC Sport.
Manchester City's Sergio Aguero
"Right now the biggest clubs in the world will be rubbing their hands, thinking they might be able to sign him. He turns 29 in June and is at the peak of his powers.
"Who would want him? Who wouldn't, if they can afford him? Real Madrid would take him in the blink of an eye if they could.
"Chelsea must be thinking that if Diego Costa leaves them in the summer then they would take Aguero. Even Manchester United must be watching the situation too.
"Carlos Tevez moved across Manchester when he left United so it is not impossible to go the other way and, if Aguero leaves City, it will be because they were willing to let him go."