The Blues have three crucial games in the next eight days.
"Chelsea is one of the biggest football clubs in the world".
And now British media report that Luiz could be on his way to Manchester United in January.
The defender came to blows with manager Antonio Conte over the Italian's tactics during his side's 3-0 defeat to Roma in the Champions League and reacted angrily to being subbed off. Conte praised Christensen for handling the pressure of such a high-profile game and said the Danish global, who spent the last two years on loan at Borussia Moenchengladbach, was proof that Chelsea's policy of loaning out youngsters worked.
But whatever team Conte puts out is likely to win.
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Chelsea have seen former midfielder, Nemanja Matic join United last summer of which many questioned the rationale behind the decision. Antonio Conte is a man who loves to deploy wide men, and Moura has already shown in his time with PSG that he is a master of men when it comes to playing on the flanks.
Icardi has been in devastating form for Inter Milan this season.
Chelsea have been criticised for not giving youth a chance, and in Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham have two players who have impressed so much on loan at Crystal Palace and Swansea City respectively that last week they made their England debuts.
Tall and with great balance, Loftus-Cheek boasts an impressive set of technical skills which allow him to drill forward into the final third and take part in all aspect of creating his team's play in front of the rival's goal.
Victor Moses is happy to be staying with Chelsea.
Chelsea are back in action against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, when they will look to make it four Premier League wins in a row.