Palmer gutted by Chelsea news as Romano predicts Blues movement

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Chelsea and England star Cole Palmer was gutted by some recent Blues news. Meanwhile transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has made a couple of Blues predictions. The Italian expects movement in and out of Stamford Bridge this weekend. And what did the journalist say about CFC target and Leicester City midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall?

If reports are to be taken seriously, Dewsbury-Hall is the subject of interest from two clubs. Namely Brighton & Hove Albion and Chelsea. Although, he is thought to have rejected Brighton, who are now led by Fabian Hurzeler.

A reason for the rejection has not yet been revealed; 'KDH' has actually declined the opportunity to switch to American Express Stadium before. LCFC is seen as a slightly comparable outfit to BHAFC; the two could obviously be battling for Premier League placement during the upcoming season.

In the meantime, according to reports, the Blues have seen a bid for Dewsbury-Hall knocked back as well. Apparently, the offer was under the Leicestershire side's preferred valuation of £40 million.

However, Chels' will offer mixed trio of starlets and senior personnel in an attempt to convince the Foxes. Armando Broja and David Datro Fofana are included. One-time Fox Cesare Casadei is another on the list to potentially switch to King Power Stadium.

But Romano has updated supporters on proceedings this weekend, thankfully. The writer is the foremost transfer authority around. He claims that any player heading to the east Midlands from west London would be in a separate deal from the Dewsbury-Hall discussions.

The man from Italy also suggested that the Englishman has already agreed terms with CFC, with a 'green light' given. Yet the two clubs must first find an agreement regarding the player's fee.

Fabrizio Romano predicts more movement at Chelsea

There was further information given on Broja by Romano. The presumably unwanted striker is being used as a bargaining chip, as previously outlined. The reporter declares that multiple outfits are monitoring the Albania international. There could even be a move in the next few days, with Everton lurking.

Cole Palmer on Mauricio Pochettino exiting and Enzo Maresca taking over

Palmer was admittedly "gutted" when Pochettino departed Chelsea. The forward says he was given the freedom to express himself on the pitch by the Argentine.

In addition to that, the Three Lions representative revealed that the pair had a trustful relationship. But what did palmer disclose about Maresca?:

"He’s a good coach - a really good coach. I think tactically he knows what he is doing. He will improve a lot of the players"