Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has addressed rumours of Antonio Rudiger and Jorginho’s exits from the club, insisting he ‘doesn’t expect anything in the window’, but every player will be dealt with on a ‘case-by-case basis’.
Rudiger has been left out of Chelsea’s last two match day squads, and reports claim he is looking for a way out of Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, midfielder Jorginho has started both of the Blues’ opening two Premier League games, but Arsenal are reportedly targeting the Italian as a potential alternative to Thomas Partey.
When asked about the futures of both players, Lampard said: ‘I don’t expect anything in the window, they are our players.
‘There are lots of rumours, not just on those players but on a lot of our players.
‘Every player will always be a case-by-case situation that has to be a happy solution for the player, myself and for the club.
‘We have a big squad, we know that, but at the moment players remain ours and we will see as time goes on.’
The Spaniard said: ‘Sorry, but I cannot talk about players that play for a different team. [Discussing] their qualities is not appropriate from my side.’