A round up of morning news stories about Chelsea.
Chelsea sit top of the Premier League after seven games with a solid cushion over some of their title rivals.
“As this group stays together for a long time, we will get better and better - we will know each other's games,” said the Serbian.
FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb has labelled Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho ‘out of touch’.
Webb was critical of the Portuguese boss who has reportedly dismissed the need for a ‘Rooney Rule’ in English football.
“That was unwise. It is out of touch. I don’t know how it could be ‘hidden’ in England. You have 92 clubs and two coaches of colour. It is not hidden. It is hidden from a discussion point of view,” he said.
Chelsea are one of the sides thought to have had a bid rejected by Juventus for Paul Pogba.
Officials of the Serie A club recently revealed that they had turned down offers for the Frenchman over the summer.
Pogba is rated in the £60-70 million bracket, classing him as one of the most valuable players in the world.