A round up of news stories this morning about Chelsea.
AC Milan head coach Filippo Inzaghi says he’s impressed with the respect Fernando Torres is showing towards the club.
Torres joined Milan on a two-year loan deal and signing autographs for fans for well over two hours.
“I like to see a player who stops and signs autographs for two and a half hours, it’s a sign of respect towards the fans,” said Inzaghi.
Garry Monk has aimed a stab in Jose Mourinho’s direction, revealing his hope that the Portuguese coach shakes his hand this weekend.
The Swansea boss has revealed that Mourinho opted not to shake his hand after the 1-0 win over the Swans last season.
“He didn’t shake hands with me after the last game, but I am probably not the only one – I like to shake hands and finish things well at the end of a game,” said Monk.
Marco van Ginkel has hinted that he’s keen to return to Chelsea at the end of his loan with AC Milan.
The Dutchman linked up with the Serie A giants towards the back end of the summer transfer window.
“AC Milan wanted me for a long time and did everything to get me - Right now I am focused entirely on Milan, but I'm happy with the fact that Chelsea didn't put an option to buy in the loan,” he told Milan Channel.