The Chelsea winger Florent Malouda has said that he is very much looking forward to leaving the club in January in order to start a new chapter in his career. The French winger has been frozen out of first-team action after deciding not to sign a new contract.

Florent Malouda has been one of the best players at the club since his £ 13 million arrival from Lyon in 2007. He even managed to win the player’s player of the year award back in 2010. He has just six months left on his current contract, and the former Chelsea manager Roberto di Matteo decided not to include him in the first team due to the contractual situation.



Chelsea has defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers in a Capital One Cup match played at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday. Chelsea won the match by a huge margin of 6-0.

It was a completely one sided match. There was no resistance shown by the Wolves at all in the match. With this victory, Chelsea made its way into the fourth round of the competition.

The Chelsea players came into the match with an aggressive mind set and three goals were scored in the first 16 minutes of the match. Gary Cahill took Chelsea ahead in the 4th minute of the match. Juan Mata’s powerful shot was deflected into the net with a fantastic header by Cahill.

Continue reading “CHELSEA THROUGH IN CUP”


Chelsea are prepared to allow Florent Malouda leave the club, although they will not allow him to leave the club on a free transfer. The 32-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and he has fallen down the pecking order at the club following the arrival of Roberto di Matteo.

The former West Brom manager took over the club in March and has guided them to the Champions League and FA Cup glory last season. Despite this, there have been many changes that the club with the arrival of Eden Hazard and Marko Marin, while the likes of Drogba and Kalou have left the club.



Chelsea midfielder Florent Malouda looks set to leave the club in the summer after it was revealed that Chelsea have opened talks with Brazilian club Vasco da Gama over the potential £ 3 million transfer fee.

The former Lyon winger has made it no secret that he would one day like to play in Brazil, which is the home country of his wife. The Lyon winger joined the club back in 2007 for a transfer fee of £ 13 million, but the 32-year-old has not featured for the first team heavily in the last one season.

Continue reading “MALOUDA SET FOR VASCO”


Chelsea midfielder Florent Malouda is a major doubt for the Champions League final after injuring his hamstring in the final Premier league match of the season against Blackburn Rovers.

The 31-year-old is viewed as the man to replace the suspended Ramires in the starting line-up. However, he has given manager Roberto di Matteo a major headache after picking up a hamstring injury prior to the whistle in the first half. He was then replaced by defender Paulo Ferreira. Roberto di Matteo has revealed that he is a major doubt for the final.

Continue reading “MALOUDA A DOUBT”


Florent Malouda recently made an announcement where he clearly specified that it’s high time he is allowed to play for Chelsea as a winger instead of just being kept back on the bench for future purposes.

He has made it quite clear that he is extremely unhappy with the limited chances that are being given to him to perform. He has clearly mentioned that he is a player who constantly wants some action on the field and needs to run up and down the field to feel nice and contented.

Continue reading “MALOUDA WANTS TO PLAY”