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Chelsea boss Hiddink blocks Pato deal

Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink has blocked a move for Corinthians striker Alexandre Pato.The Daily Star Sunday says Hiddink has blocked a move for Pato.The forward, 26, and his representatives held talks last week with the champions, who were considering a £7m offer until Hiddink shelved the deal.The Blues boss is unsure if Pato could boost Chelsea's Premier League and Champions League campaigns.Pato's agents have also claimed Liverpool are interested in their man but the Anfield club are not targeting the Corinthians player.

Guus Hiddink has said he doesn't know when Radamel Falcao will be fit to return

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Guus Hiddink has said he doesn't know when Radamel Falcao will be fit to return for Chelsea as the on-loan Colombia international continues to struggle with injuries and admits the team could face a striker crisis if Diego Costa or Loic Remy were to sustain injuries.Falcao has made just 11 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea since picking up what former boss Jose Mourinho described as "an important muscular injury" in November, and Hiddink confirmed last month that the 29-year-old had suffered a setback in his recovery.Last week ESPN FC reported that Falcao had flown to parent club Monaco for assessment of his condition, and the Ligue 1 club's vice president Vadim Vasilyev subsequently confirmed that the striker's loan would not be terminated in January as he still has "six to eight weeks to go" in his rehabilitation.Hiddink, however, remains in the dark as to when Falcao may again be fully fit and available for selection."He's just wit…

Guus hiddink heaps praises on Mikel

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Chelsea boss, Guus Hiddink, has praised John Mikel Obi for
bringing balance to the team following the 2-2 draw against
Watford. The Nigerian set a new milestone in the game.
‘Today I liked our intensity but we also have to look for a
balance in the team. It’s a very attacking-orientated team.
‘When we have a midfield with all creative players it’s
beautiful but sometimes you need a balance and I thought
John Obi gave us that balance. When you have the creative
players such as Matic, Oscar, Willian coming inside and
Cesc as well, sometimes you have to choose in a different
way,’ he said in his post-match conference. The Dutchman, who was overseeing his first game since
taking charge until the end of the season, praised the spirit
of the side while expressing disappointment that his team
failed to take all three points. The Blues had taken the lead through Diego Costa just after
the half-hour mark, but 10 minutes later Watford equalised
when Troy Deeney converted from the penalty spot…
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