All the latest news and views from Stamford Bridge including attacker's assessment over Arsenal clash.
Perhaps one for the transfer bin considering his exemplary form this season, but one of Jose Mourinho's starting XI favourites, Oscar, has been linked with a Stamford Bridge exit as various sources claim "reports in France" state Juventus are mounting a serious bid for the talented Brazilian.
Oscar has flourished under Mourinho's guidance and has, thus far this season, scored six and assisted five in Premier League competition alone. The 22-year-old also has an 82% passing accuracy, a 77% tackling success rate, has created 36 chances and is accurate with 43% of his shots.
As unlikely as that speculation is, there is also the suggestion in Germany - from Bild - that Mourinho is keen on acquiring another Brazilian star; Roberto Firminio, also 22.
Deployed in a similar position to Oscar, Frimino has returned 13 goals and nine assists from 24 Bundesliga appearances - an attacking efficiency of a goal scored or assist provided once every 95 minutes on average.
While Chelsea celebrate their progression into the Champions League quarterfinal after downing a Didier Drogba led Galatasaray at Stamford Bridge last night, all eyes are now on Arsenal, who they entertain in Premier League duty on Saturday lunch-time.
Quoted by The Express, Eden Hazard said: "The game against Arsenal comes at an important moment because it follows a league defeat. We are going to do our best in front of our own supporters in what is a big derby game. There is no better one to win."
And finally, here are a selection of images highlighting the esteem Drogba is held in at SW6.