Chelsea Summer Transfer Deadline Tracker 2014: List of Moves and Rumours

Garry Hayes@@garryhayesFeatured ColumnistSeptember 1, 2014

Chelsea Summer Transfer Deadline Tracker 2014: List of Moves and Rumours

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    It's transfer deadline, so strap yourselves in, sit back and enjoy the ride.

    As ever, the day the summer transfer window closes is expected to be one of thrills, shocks and fun, as managers across Europe trying to get themselves a bargain or superstar to strengthen their squads.

    Chelsea have already signed Cesc Fabregas, Diego Costa, Filipe Luis and Didier Drogba this summer to add experience in vital areas.

    Meanwhile, the likes of Romelu Lukaku, David Luiz, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole have exited Stamford Bridge

    Who will join them?

    Keep up to date with all the transfer news in Bleacher Report's transfer tracker, where we'll bring you all the latest from west London.

    Last update: Monday, Sept. 1 (8.45pm GMT)

Van Ginkel, Chalobah and Others Loan Moves Confirmed by Chelsea

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    It's been a quiet transfer deadline day in terms of signings at Stamford Bridge, but it hasn't stopped plenty of players departing.

    Marco van Ginkel has now joined AC Milan on a season long loan, confirmed on

    Nathaniel Chalobah has also joined Burnley until January.

    Those two were the most high-profile moves, with other academy products alongside Chalobah moving on loan.

    Striker Islam Feruz has joined Greek side OFI Crete until the end of 2014/15, while Matej Delac has joined Ligue 2 outfit Arles-Avignon.

    Mexican Ulises Davila has also joined Club Deportivo Tenerife, who compete in Spain's second division.

    Delac and Davila's loans are for the season, also.

    The total number of Chelsea players currently on loan now stands at 25.

Marco Van Ginkel Has AC Milan Medical

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    It seems Marco van Ginkel is close to his season-long loan move from Chelsea to AC Milan.

    The Dutch midfielder is set to join Fernando Torres at the Italian giants (see Slide 5) and ahead of the move, the Rossoneri tweeted an image of van Ginkel under going his medical (below).

    Chelsea haven't officially confirmed the move yet, but with van Ginkel's medical set to be complete, it shouldn't be much longer before an official announcement is made.

    Here's Marco Van Ginkel during the medical examination earlier this morning #weareacmilan

    — AC Milan (@acmilan) September 1, 2014

Petr Cech Attracts Paris Saint-Germain Interest

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    Could Petr Cech be ready to follow David Luiz out of Chelsea by joining Paris Saint-Germain?

    The Daily Mail reports the Chelsea stopper is a target for the Ligue 1 champions, who are looking to take advantage of the 32-year-old losing his place to Thibaut Courtois.

    A loan move seems the best option for PSG at the moment as they look to stay within UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations.

Chelsea Still Interested in Mattia Destro

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    Chelsea have already signed Loic Remy ahead of the transfer deadline (see Slide 4), but according to Daily Star, they remain interested in Roma's Mattia Destro.

    They will have to act quick if they want to sign the Italian, though, as it seems Arsene Wenger is eager to beat the Blues to the punch.

    As is tradition on any transfer deadline day, reports of Wenger's—and other players and managers' whereabouts—were posted on Twitter, with the Arsenal boss seen catching a flight to Italy.

    The Daily Star article explains he is due in Rome for a charity match, but could well be in the Italian capital to seal the transfer of Destro, also.

    Watch this space.

    Arsene Wenger has travelled to Rome ahead of a charity match later tonight. Looks like a club official next to him.

    — Chris Wheatley (@GoonerTalk) September 1, 2014

Loic Remy Signs from QPR

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    Chelsea have wasted little time in replacing Fernando Torres, signing QPR's Loic Remy on Sunday.

    The club confirmed the news via the official website, with Remy stating:

    I feel very happy and very proud to have signed for Chelsea. They are one of the best clubs in the world and I can’t wait to get started, training and playing with my new team-mates, when I get back from international duty with France.

    To be honest I wanted to play in the Champions League this season so yes, that was another of my motivations for coming here. I know that Chelsea can win the Champions League this season because there is so much quality in the squad. The first thing to aim for is winning titles.

    Remy will wear the No. 18 shirt at Chelsea.

    We're delighted to announce the signing of Loic Remy... #CFC

    — Chelsea FC (@chelseafc) August 31, 2014

Marco Van Ginkel Expected to Follow Fernando Torres to AC Milan in Loan Deal

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    It seems AC Milan are benefiting considerably from Chelsea's fringe players in this transfer window.

    Not content with snapping up Fernando Torres on a two-year loan deal, the Rossoneri appear all set to announce the arrival of Marco van Ginkel before the window closes.

    The Dutch midfielder arrived in Italy over the weekend ahead of agreeing a one-year loan deal, according to

    Milan also tweeted an image of his arrival (below).

    The move will mean Van Ginkel is given valuable playing time after missing much of last season with a serious knee injury.

    With Chelsea's midfield already looking competitive, his opportunities would have been few this term.

    Fernando @Torres is a red&black player! #welcomeTorres

    — AC Milan (@acmilan) August 31, 2014

    Another Dutch joins the red&blacks! Welcome Van Ginkel #weareacmilan

    — AC Milan (@acmilan) August 31, 2014

Chelsea's Summer Signings: The Full List

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    Chelsea have signed six players on permanent deals this summer.

    The full list is as follows:

    Mario Pasalic (from Hajduk Split): £3 million

    Diego Costa (from Atletico Madrid): £32 million

    Cesc Fabregas (from Barcelona): £27 million

    Filipe Luis (from Ateltico Madrid): £15 million

    Didier Drogba (from Galatasaray): Free

    Loic Remy (from QPR): £8.5 million

    Total: £85.5 million

Chelsea's Summer Departures: The Full List

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    A total of 35 players have either left Chelsea permanently or on loan this summer.

    The full list is as follows:

    David Luiz (to Paris Saint-Germain): £50 million

    Ashley Cole (to Roma): Free

    Frank Lampard (to New York City FC): Free

    Sam Hutchinson (to Sheffield Wednesday): Free

    Demba Ba (to Besiktas): £8 million

    Patrick van Aanholt (to Sunderland): £1.5 million

    Romelu Lukaku (to Everton): £28 million

    Billy Clifford (to Walsall): Free

    Samuel Eto'o (to Everton): Free

    George Saville (to Wolverhampton Wanderers): £1 million

    Christian Atsu (to Everton): Loan

    Patrick Bamford (to Middlesbrough): Loan

    Ryan Bertrand (to Southampton): Loan

    Cristian Cuevas (to Vitesse Arnhem): Loan

    Gael Kakuta (to Rayo Vallecano): Loan

    Thorgan Hazard (to Borussia Monchengladbach): Loan

    Tomas Kalas (to FC Koln): Loan

    Marko Marin (to Fiorentina): Loan

    Josh McEachran (to Vitesse Arnhem): Loan

    Victor Moses (to Stoke City): Loan

    Kenneth Omeruo (to Middlesbrough): Loan

    Mario Pasalic (to Elche): Loan

    Stipe Perica (to NAC Breda): Loan

    Lucas Piazon (to Eintracht Frankfurt): Loan

    Jhoao Rodriguez (to Bastia): Loan

    Oriol Romeu (to Stuttgart): Loan

    John Swift (to Rotherham): Loan

    Bertrand Traore (to Vitesse Arnhem): Loan

    Wallace (to Vitesse Arnhem): Loan

    Fernando Torres (to AC Milan): Loan

    Marco van Ginkel (to AC Milan): Loan

    Nathaniel Chalobah (to Burnley): Loan

    Islam Feruz (to Crete): Loan

    Matej Delac (to Arles-Avignon): Loan

    Ulises Davila (to Club Deportivo Tenerife): Loan

    Total: £88.5 million