Stamford Bridge & Werder Bremen

Stamford Bridge is a football stadium located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London. SV Werder Bremen is a German sports club best known for its association football team playing in Bremen, in the northWest German federal state of the same name. 5.0/5

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Unhappy Chelsea midfielder to return to Stamford Bridge Unhappy Chelsea midfielder to return to Stamford Bridge Marko Marin is set to return to Chelsea this summer as Sevilla are unlikely to make a permanent move for the German midfielder. Marin enjoyed a successful season-long loan with the Spanish club and was hoping the move could become permanent during the summer. The Germany international has only started two Premier League games for Chelsea following his £7m move from Werder Bremen back in July 2012 and does not appear to feature in the long- term plans of Jose Mourinho. But he will have to review his future after reports in Spain claim Sevilla have told Marin they will not be looking to sign him. The 25-year-old will now be seeking talks with Mourinho to see if he has any future at Stamford Bridge.
Stamford Bridge boss ready to wave goodbye to under-performing stars. Though Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is ready to back boss Jose Mourinho in the transfer market he will also insist that the West London club looks to trim their expansive squad and the Daily Telegraph reports that a trio of first team players are set for Stamford Bridge exits. Read more Chelsea transfer news. Mourinho is ready to sell Belgian youngster Kevin De Bruyne after deeming the 22 year old as surplus to requirements though the Blues manager will demand £25m for the attacking midfielder, a fee they may struggle to garner for a player who is yet to prove himself. Wolfsburg may however be ready to offer a large sum knowing that De Bruyne did have an excellent season at Werder Bremen last term. Jose Mourinho has also apparently ran out of patience with Spaniard Juan Mata after his recent strop following his substitution against Southampton. Chelsea will look to make at least £20m from the sale of the former Valencia man and that ...
Werder Bremen have offered Chelsea misfit Kevin De Bruyne an escape route from Stamford Bridge with the offer of a return to the Bundesliga.
Chelsea star Kevin De Bruyne faces uncertain future at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been sent to train with the reserves by Jose Mourinho, and is seemingly being frozen out by the Portuguese manager. The Belgian star was widely praised for his performances at the beginning of the season, starting matches against Hull City and Manchester United, but like Juan Mata before him, now appears to be out of Mourinho’s plans. De Bruyne was not included in the match squad to face Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, will not travel with the Blues to Romania to face Steaua Bucharest in the UEFA Champions League. After a brilliant campaign on loan at Werder Bremen last season, the Daily Mail report that De Bruyne was personally convinced by Jose Mourinho not to leave Stamford Bridge on a temporary basis again. Still just 22 years of age, De Bruyne now has work to do if he is to revive his Chelsea career. -Andy-
5 players to leave CHELSEA in January De Bruyne Belgian midfielder De Bruyne joined the Blues from Pro League outfit Racing Genk in January 2012. He wasn't thought to be capable of having an instant impact on the club's fortunes, however, and was subsequently loaned to Bundesliga side Werder Bremen for the entirety of the 2012/13 season. Bertrand One area of Chelsea's squad that has not required much attention in recent years is at left-back. This is almost solely due to England centurion Ashley Cole, with the former Arsenal star becoming a fans favourite due to a succession of consistently excellent performances since joining the club in August 2006. Azpilicueta Arriving in West London from Ligue 1 runners-up Marseille in August 2012, Spanish international Azpilicueta enjoyed a solid start to life at Stamford Bridge in his maiden Premier League campaign. Demba Ba Senegalese striker Ba proved to be a massive hit with both of his former Premier League clubs, West Ham and Newcastle. His impressive form for ...
Top Ten Worst Chelsea Signings Of the Roman Abramovich Era 10- Scott Parker (22, Charlton Athletic, £10 million) Parker was one of 14 players that Roman Abramovich signed during his first year as Chelsea owner. While at Charlton Athletic, Parker was one of the most highly rated young players in the Premier League and moved to Stamford Bridge with high hopes that playing for a top club would propel him to the next level. However, his stay at Chelsea didn’t go quite to plan and he struggled to break into the Blues first team. When he did get opportunities to play in the first team, he was often played out of position and never really got a chance to shine at the Stamford Bridge. Parker was sold to Newcastle United in July 2005 for £6.5 million and showed just how good he was during his time on Tyneside and at his next clubs West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur. 9- Marko Marin (23, Werder Bremen, £7 million) Marin was brought in to give Chelsea width last summer and was one of German footballs star you ...
Chelsea have signed Germany international forward Andre Schurrle from Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of £18m. Schurrle, who becomes manager Jose Mourinho's first signing since returning to the club, has signed a five-year deal. "It is an honour for me to play for this club, with this team and for these great fans," Schurrle said. The 22-year-old scored 11 goals in 34 league games for Leverkusen in 2012-13. Those performances helped the club finish in the third and final automatic Champions League qualifying place in the Bundesliga. Schurrle, who is comfortable playing on the wing or in a central striking role, has also impressed for Germany - scoring seven goals in 24 appearances - and was included in their Euro 2012 squad. He joins up with compatriot Marko Marin, who moved to Stamford Bridge from Werder Bremen in July 2012 but made just 12 appearances in his debut season. Leverkusen rejected a bid from Chelsea for Schurrle last summer, and the German club revealed renewed interest from the B ...
De Bruyne to stay at Chelsea The agent of Kevin De Bruyne, Patrick De Koster, has revealed the Belgium international will stay at Chelsea and fight for a place in Jose Mourinho’s first-team next season, Sky Sports understands. De Bruyne, 21, joined Chelsea from Jupiler Pro League side K.R.C. Genk for a transfer fee of £6.7 million in January 2012 but has yet to make a first-team appearance for the Blues. The 21-year-old ace enjoyed a fantastic 2012/13 campaign on loan at Werder Bremen, tallying 10 goals and nine assists in 33 league appearances. De Bruyne has decided to stay at Stamford Bridge next season despite the Blues’ embarrassment of riches in attack, which consists of Andre Schürrle, Demba Ba, Eden Hazard, Fernando Torres, Juan Mata, Lucas Piazon, Marko Marin, Oscar, Romelu Lukaku and Victor Moses. “Mr. Mourinho gave a phone call to Kevin, explaining a little bit the situation for next season,” said De Koster. “We didn’t receive any guarantees, but it’s normal in a team like Chelse ...
Jose Mourinho is ready to give Chelsea's returning loan players a chance to impress him when pre-season training begins. The Chelsea boss is prepared to run the rule over those in his squad who spent the last campaign away from Stamford Bridge, including midfielder Michael Essien, who played for Mourinho at Real Madrid. Striker Romelu Lukaku scored 17 goals for West Brom last season, while playmaker Kevin De Bruyne had been linked with Bayer Leverkusen after an impressive spell with Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga. Lukaku and De Bruyne seem likely to be given a chance to impress for the Blues by the returning manager, who is keen to take a look at all the players at his disposal once his squad reconvenes. "I need to work with the players and not commit injustice," Mourinho said. "I need to give them a chance, be fair with them. After that we will have time to make decisions." Chelsea's pre-season includes a game apiece in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, as well as a meeting with Mourinho's former club I ...
Newly-appointed Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho says he is keen to work with Fernando Torres and hoping to get the best out of him. The former Liverpool player has had his ups and downs since making his move to Stamford Bridge in 2011, but Mourinho believes he can still return to his best form. "Fernando is more than happy to stay and work hard,” Mourinho told reporters. “If the best for all of us is for Fernando to stay, let's help him and try and get the best out of him." Mourinho says he is not looking to make too many changes to the squad ahead of the new season as he believes they have signed quality players in recent seasons. "It would be easier if we did that (signed new players), but we don't want to do that," he said. "We are happy to go with these fantastic, talented boys. "We are happy with the investment Chelsea made in recent seasons. We want to go in this direction. “The one or two we may buy are complements because the structure and philosophy is this one." Chelsea are also expected to Ke ...
Mourinho says 'Special One' is now the 'Happy One' Jose Mourinho returned to Chelsea on Monday, with the smiling 'Special One' saying he was now the 'Happy One' on his second coming as manager of the Premier League club he has always loved. With some 250 reporters from home and abroad and dozens of television crews crowding into a suite at Stamford Bridge, there was never any doubt about the Portuguese retaining his media pulling power of old. "If I have to choose a nickname for this period, I would choose 'the Happy One'," he declared. "I am very happy. "Time flies. It looks like it was a couple of days but it was nine years ago when I first became manager," he said after entering the room to a barrage of camera flashes. "I have the same nature, I am the same person," the title-winning former Real Madrid and Inter Milan manager assured reporters, adding that he had the same heart and emotions. "I would describe myself as a very happy person. It is the first time I arrive in a club where I already love th ...
Jose Mourinho has warned Chelsea's old guard they will not get any preferential treatment during his second term at the club after he was unveiled as the new boss at Stamford Bridge. The 'Special One' relied heavily on the likes of John Terry (32) and Frank Lampard (34) during his first spell in charge of the club, but both players could not hold down a regular first-team place last season under interim manager Rafael Benitez. The duo are approaching the latter stages of their respective careers and if they are looking for any favours from their old boss, they will not get them. "There are still a few boys from my (first) time (at Chelsea)," Mourinho said. "It is always good to go back and see these people who gave absolutely everything to me when I was here. But it's important to tell you - not them, because they know - that there is no privilege for them. They know my nature. They don't have an advantage in relation to the other people. "After (I left) Chelsea did very well to get young boys with great ...
De Bruyne braced for move as Chelsea winger admits: I don't know if Mourinho wants me to stay Kevin De Bruyne has admitted he is in the dark over his Chelsea future and fears he may have to go out on loan again to keep his World Cup dreams alive. The Belgium winger, who spent the season with Werder Bremen, could be playing for any one of four teams next season after provisionally agreeing terms with Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Dortmund and Schalke and waiting to hear whether he will be wanted at Stamford Bridge. Dortmund are keen to sign him on a permanent deal, while Leverkusen have been applying pressure to take him on loan as part of a transfer that would free up Germany forward Andre Schurrle's £20million move to Chelsea. Nothing has yet been agreed, despite claims in one German newspaper last week that Leverkusen had a deal in place, but De Bruyne senses he may be farmed out again as new Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho looks for proven talent rather than potential. With places up for grabs at next summ ...
Sources have stated that Liverpool should consider looking at 24 year old Chelsea midfielder Marko Marin. The German midfielder who signed for the blues last season for £7 million, has struggled to make his way into the first team, and with players like Oscar, Ramires, Mata, Hazard, Lampard and Moses, it seems as though he may never make an impact at Stamford Bridge. The youngster was branded as one of Bundesligas top talents, and succeeded in proving this with former club Werder Bremen. But since his transfer last summer, he has made only 6 starts, and has yet to play a full 90 minutes. Having played only 144 minutes of English football, he did manage to score a goal and grab an assist. It is obvious the talent is there, and with just over a handful of Premier League starts, he is yet to prove his worth and because of this, his value has dropped since. This is where Liverpool come in. With his value at only £5 million, he could be a real bargain. Chelsea have no use for him at all, so offloading the Ge ...
Chelsea’s Marko Marin has been a peripheral figure at Stamford Bridge since his arrival from Werder Bremen last summer. The Serbian-born German International was regarded as one of the Bundesliga’s finest young talents only a season ago but since his £7 million move to West London he has made just 6 league appearances for the Blues all season. It’s not surprise that he managed just one goal and one assist in those 6 appearances, of which only 4 were starts and none were for a full 90 minutes. He’s played just 144 minutes of Premier League football in his debut season in England despite remaining fit and available for the duration. It’s a sad state of affairs for the 24-year-old who just 12 months ago was hailed as one of the best talent in the Bundesliga. He had become a regular and key first-team player for Werder Bremen in the last three seasons in Germany and had held a similar record of appearances for Borussia Monchengladbach prior to that. In 2010/11 with Werder Bremen he made an incredib ...
As Chelsea’s first summer signing, Marko Marin agreed terms to move from German club Werder Bremen to Stamford Bridge on the 28th of April for the bargain price of ₤7 Million. In the four weeks th...
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Chelsea signed De Bruyne from Genk in the January transfer window, while Hazard arrived at Stamford Bridge from Lille for a fee of £35 million during the summer. Both have enjoyed differing starts to their respective Chelsea careers, however, with Hazard established as one of Roberto Di Matteo's key players, while De Bruyne has been sent out to Werder Bremen on loan. De Bruyne and Hazard are two of five Belgians on the books at Chelsea, although the latter is the only one currently at Stamford Bridge, but Vanhaezebrouck is backing the former to be a hit in London. Vanhaezebrouck had De Bruyne under his tutelage during the 21-year-old's time at Genk and is expecting big things from the Belgium international at Chelsea. And says Vanhaezebrouck, Hazard - who is the same age as De Bruyne - is not as well rounded as the former Genk star, with his game more limited to speed rather than vision. "Kevin is much more complete than Hazard", he told Sportmagazine. "He has a more extensive repertoire: he can play it ...
Chelsea winger Kevin De Bruyne has agreed to join German side Werder Bremen on a season-long loan.The 21-year-old Belgian arrived at Stamford Bridge during the January transfer window for £7million an
Confirmation of Oscar’s arrival at Stamford Bridge takes Chelsea’s summer spending spree to a staggering £76m.Roberto Di Matteo’s team have already signed £32m Eden Hazard from Lille, £2m for Hazard’s brother Thorgan from Lens and a further £7m for German International Marko Marin from Werder Bremen.
Agent confirm Werder interest in Chelsea hotshot The agent of Chelsea winger Kevin de Buryne has confirmed speculations linking the talented player with a summer move to Werder Bremen. Genk sold the highly rated midfielder to Chelsea last January for a fee of €8 million, but the player was immediately loaned to the Belgian side. With the competition for places in attack still fierce at Stamford Bridge, the Belgian international could again be farmed out on loan to gain some first team experience. Bundesliga side Werder Bremen are hoping to take advantage of the situation and the player’s representative confirm the Weserstadion outfit are showing interest in his client. “It’s true. Werder are interested at the moment,” agent Patrick de Koster explained to Bild. Kevin De Bruyne has spent his entire career at Genk and has scored a total of 16 goals in 96 league appearances for the Belgian giants. Last season was by far his best up to date, given that he bagged 8 goals in just 28 league games.
Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Chelsea have already been extremely busy this transfer window. So far the Blues have brought in Marko Marin from Bundesliga side, Werder Bremen, as well as all but securing the transfer of Eden Harzard from Lille. On top of this, it looks like Porto and Brazil striker, Hulk, will also soon be on his way to Stamford Bridge this summer. All in all, the victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final seems to have drastically heightened Chelsea's appeal to the masses around Europe. It seems implausible that a young player such as Hazard would choose to come to Chelsea, who finished sixth in the Premier League this season, ahead of the champions Man City, or local rivals and runners-up United. However, with the heroic display against the German giants, Chelsea have managed to regain the European pedigree that had been dwindling in recent years. Now it seems as though they will look to strengthen their already-healthy squad further with the possible acquisition of Everton ...
Players in for chelsea fc:Marko Marin/Werder Bremen and Eden Hazard/Lille.U're welcome 2 Stamford Bridge,d home of UEFA Champions.
Messi and Guardiola on Blues radar Friday, June 1, 2012 at 9:00 AM | by Ben McAleer Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is prepared to fork out as much as €250m in order to land Barcelona pairing Lionel Messi and Pep Guardiola. The Blues have already embarked on a sensational summer spending spree, bringing in Marko Marin and Eden Hazard, from Werder Bremen and Lille respectively. A move for FC Porto striker Hulk is believed to be close to completion and Abramovich won’t stop there, after declaring his interest to bring in Messi and Guardiola to oversee a new era at Stamford Bridge;
Juan Mata, Germany international Marko Marin, who will also be coming to Stamford Bridge from Werder Bremen in a £6m deal, and Hazard are being primed for the three advanced midfield positions to provide the ammunition for Fernando Torres!!!
Chelsea have announced that Werder Bremen attacker Marko Marin will join the club at the end of the season. The 23-year-old Germany international has agreed personal terms with the Stamford Bridge outfit and will transfer between the sides for an undisclosed fee. Reports in Germany suggest that Blues striker Romelu Lukaku will move in the other direction on a loan deal until the end of next season. Marin, who can play anywhere across the midfield, has 16 caps and one goal for his nation since making his debut in 2008. Injures have hindered Marin's 2011/12 season and he has made just 21 appearances, hitting the back of the net once. Marin joined Werder in 2009 after beginning his career at Borussia Monchengladbach. He won the European Under-21 Championship with Germany in the same year. His arrival will increase speculation that Salomon Kalou, whose contract runs out this summer, is on his way out of Chelsea. The transfer of Marin has taken place despite the fact Chelsea do not currently have a full-timema ...
Chelsea new signing Marko Marin says the Blues' "better players" will expose Bayern Munich's "weak" defence in Saturday's Champions League final. The 23-year-old Werder Bremen and German midfielder arrives at Stamford Bridge this summer.
Marko Marin Chelsea have already begun their rebuilding process by signing 23-year-old Werder Bremen winger Marko Marin for £7million. WerderBremen chairman Klaus Allofs confirmed Marin would be movingto Stamford Bridge next season ona five-year deal having passed a medical. Marin is a left-sided player and likely to be a direct replacement for Salomon Kalou, who is out of contract in the summer and expected to leave, and Florent Malouda, who is out of favour. The Midfielder was born in Bosnia-Herzegovina and moved to Germany when he was two years old. He has grown up in the German system and played 15 times for his country. He has endured a mixed season at Bremen, where he has scored just once in 22 appearances and has been played out of position in central midfield and been injured.
UEFA Champions League finalists Chelsea have secured the signing of young German winger Marko Marin for a five year deal from Bundesliga outfit Werder Bremen. Marin, will join the Stamford Bridge outfit when the summer Transfer window re-opens back ...
The German International will move to Stamford Bridge when the transfer window opens again in June and has penned a five-year deal.
23-year-old Marin, who will move 2 Stamford Bridge in the summer from Werder Bremen said: "It fits perfectly 4 me;
Chelsea confirmed on Saturday that Marko Marin will be moving to Stamford Bridge on a five-year contract from Werder Bremen in the summer.
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Chelsea have announced that they have a deal in place which will see Werder Bremen midfielder Marko Marin arrive at Stamford Bridge over the summer.
Werder Bremen star 'Marko Marin' 've signed for Chelsea. The 23yrs old German International 've completed his medicals at stamford bridge and would pack to London this summer.
Chelsea sign Werder Bremen playmaker Marin Blues wrap up deal to bring the 23-year-old German International to Stamford Bridge next season (2012-13) in a deal reported to be worth up to £6.5 million
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