Chelsea player decides to leave Stamford Bridge this summer in shock news

Is Noni unhappy?

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A talented Chelsea winger has reportedly decided that he wants a transfer and is a candidate to leave the Bridge this summer, possibly on loan. The Pride of London react to the slightly shocking rumour about talented up-and-coming Blue Noni Madueke. In addition to that, PoL's editor offers a prediction for the Leicester City match on Saturday. Being an LCFC supporter, the writer may be able to offer CFC fans some Foxes insight.

Madueke has that something special which not all footballers possess. He should have been afforded more opportunities by Mauricio Pochettino, as I see it. Yet the 22-year-old may be forced to prove his worth elsewhere:

"Noni Madueke is open to leaving Chelsea on loan in the summer having struggled for regular minutes under Mauricio Pochettino, TEAMtalk can exclusively reveal."

A Foxes forecast as Chelsea prepare to meet Leicester City in the FA Cup quarterfinals

Chelsea Football Club is a great organisation to cover. It has certainly been entertaining over a whirlwind two years, to say the least! I also cover Leicester City FC for FanSided, which is an equal pleasure and seldom boring, too. This, of course, puts me in a slightly unique position with a huge match upcoming this weekend. So, which side is likely to be victorious in the cup on Sunday?

Naturally, lower division upstarts face uphill battles when competing with Premier League outfits. But Leicester are no ordinary Championship team: the Foxes are flying overall as they seek EPL promotion. Add to this the Blues' very mixed season and you actually have a decent matchup on your hands.

While Jamie Vardy's absence is a clear boost for CFC, the west Londoners have injury problems of their own, which are myriad. This is definitely a tough one to call, and could be a closely fought contest. The outcome might perhaps he decided by which manager rotates his starting lineup less.