Aston Villa boss Remi Garde publicly declared his wish to sign Chelsea striker Loic Remy. However’s Chelsea’s boss Guss Hiddink has a message for him. Hiddink has clearly stated that the club will not sell any player in January.
He’s our player so we are not going into that,” he told reporters ahead of Chelsea’s televised clash with Crystal Palace on Sunday.
“I think we need all the players until the end of the season.
“You know better than I do that Chelsea was in and is still in a position where they have to improve a lot to go up in the table and we need all the players at the moment. So we don’t talk and go into rumours, wherever they come from.”
Hiddink also snubbed off rumours of unhappy Fabregas being linked with a move to AC Milan or Juventus. ‘’He’s coming in with a smile and that’s what I always like when players come in with a smile and not a worn-out face,” Hiddink said.
Chelsea youngster Patrick Bamford was sent on a season-long loan to Crystal Palace, but Hiddink admitted his future remains unclear after the striker told reporters on Monday he would leave the Eagles after failing to make a league start this season.
“That is an issue between the two clubs [Chelsea and Crystal Palace]. We have to respect that and management and directors will talk about that situation,” he said.
Chelsea is currently 14th on the league standings after drawing 0-0 against Manchester United.