A round up of news stories this morning about Chelsea.
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes says what’s happened to Fernando Torres is ‘remarkable’.
The Spaniard has failed to improve on his inconsistent Chelsea form for loan club AC Milan.
“What has happened to Torres is remarkable. From the player he was in 2009, when he gave Nemanja Vidic such a hard time at Old Trafford, to the player he has become, has been one of those mysteries in football,” wrote Scholes for the Standard.
Queens Park Rangers are reportedly planning a loan move for Chelsea youngster Tomas Kalas.
Kalas is currently on loan at Cologne and Chelsea could be open to recalling him with a view to another deal, as he’s not yet made an appearance for the German club.
Reports suggest that QPR have already been in contact over a move.
Victor Moses is back at Chelsea from loan club Stoke City.
Moses has picked up a bad thigh injury, which rules him out for the next six to eight weeks.
He’s back at parent club Chelsea to recover from the problem ahead of the rest of the season.