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Daily Mail Feb 1, 2016

Gary Cahill admits that he doesn't want to go stale at Chelsea after dropping down defensive pecking order behind Kurt Zouma

Gary Cahill has questioned his Chelsea future and sought talks with Guus Hiddink as he was concerned about lack of game-time and the prospect of going 'stale' on the bench.
Daily Mail Jan 29, 2016

Gary Cahill 'wants to stay at Chelsea' despite lack of first-team football, insists manager Guus Hiddink

Gary Cahill has no desire to leave Chelsea, despite falling down the pecking order at the club, according to his manager Guus Hiddink.
London24 Jan 29, 2016

Guus Hiddink gives update on Cahill, Costa and Pato ahead of FA Cup clash

Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink admits he has spoken to Gary Cahill about his role in the squad this week.
Daily Telegraph Jan 27, 2016
Chelsea news: Gary Cahill considering future as frustrations grow over lack of first-team football

Chelsea news: Gary Cahill considering future as frustrations grow over lack of first-team football

Defender has told friends his England prospects would be enhanced by leaving Chelsea, writes Matt Law
Daily Mail Jan 27, 2016

Gary Cahill frustrated at lack of playing time at Chelsea but club unlikely to let him leave unless they receive an unbelievable offer

Gary Cahill is unlikely to be allowed to leave Chelsea this month despite growing frustrated at his reduced role. With Euro 2016 on the horizon, the defender is concerned about losing his place.
The Guardian Jan 27, 2016

Chelsea’s Gary Cahill wants to leave club to save Euro 2016 dream - report

• Defender has only made 12 league appearances for champions this season• Former Bolton player fears he may be at ‘crossroads of his career’England centre back Gary Cahill is so frustrated by a lack of first-team football at Chelsea that he wants to leave the club in an attempt to safeguard his international place at the European Championship in the summer.The England vice captain has played more than 170 games for the Premier League champions but has made only 12 league appearances this season as Kurt Zouma and John Terry have become the preferred starters. Related: Alexandre Pato...
Daily Mail Jan 11, 2016

Ruben Loftus-Cheek can be Chelsea's answer to Tottenham star Dele Alli, according to team-mate Gary Cahill

Loftus-Cheek replaced the injured Oscar at half-time during Chelsea’s 2-0 FA Cup third round win over Scunthorpe United on Sunday and scored his first senior goal for the club.
Daily Telegraph Jan 11, 2016
Chelsea news: Ruben Loftus-Cheek backed to emulate meteroic rise of Dele Alli

Chelsea news: Ruben Loftus-Cheek backed to emulate meteroic rise of Dele Alli

Gary Cahill believes young Chelsea midfielder has the ability to rise to the top - if he keeps getting chances
London24 Jan 11, 2016

Chelsea defender pinpoints the three changing room ‘leaders’ helping emerging youngsters

John Terry, Gary Cahill and Branislav Ivanovic play a crucial role in helping Chelsea’s younger stars, says Kurt Zouma.

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