With his good mate Danny Drinkwater edging closer to a move to Chelsea, this Jamie Vardy to Chelsea talk makes sense. The 30-year-old striker has looked sharp in the opening weeks of the new Premier League season as he scored twice in the defeat to Arsenal on opening night. A report in The Telegraph claims Vardy is one of three players Chelsea want with Drinkwater and Virgil Van Dijk the others.
The Football Association commission will not launch a fresh inquiry into explosive accusations of bullying and discrimination against England Women manager Mark Sampson despite coming under increased pressure to do so. The chief executive of the Professional Footballers’ Association, Gordon Taylor, said he would support a new independent investigation into claims made by Eni Aluko, who broke her silence on the case on Monday. Former FA director of corporate affairs Simon Johnson, now chief executive of the Jewish Leadership Council, also backed another inquiry after Chelsea striker Aluko branded two probes into the matter a “farce”.
Jamie Vardy is set to be one of Antonio Conte's targets in the final days of the window, the Mirror reports.