Talking Cock Session: Daily update on the latest club news and highlights

In our latest update talk cock sessions, we look at the latest club news, Conor Gallagher, Trevor Chalobah, Ian Maatsen, Armando Broja, Luis Alberto, and Morgan Gibbs-White gossip, and highlights that have football fans from over the world buzzing with excitement.

Conor Gallagher, Trevoh Chalobah, Ian Maatsen and Armando Broja will not rush out of Stamford Bridge to help Chelsea’s finances

Conor Gallagher and three other players at Chelsea will not be rushed into a decision to leave the club.

Gallagher, Trevor Chalobah, Ian Maatsen and Armando Broja are all in line to leave but would need to do so by June 30 to help the club’s bottom line for profit and sustainability rules.

Chelsea’s homegrown stars will not be rushed into finding a new club if the Blues need to sell them to raise quick cash this summer.

Conor Gallagher, Trevoh Chalobah, Ian Maatsen and Armando Broja could all be sold to ensure Chelsea avoids the threat of financial breaches.

Chelsea reportedly needs to raise £ 100 million in player sales by June 30 so the sales can be included in their financial accounts for 2023-24.

The Blues insist they continue to stay in line with Premier League profit and sustainability (PSR) rules. Still, player sales would help them fund further transfer signings after spending more than £ 1 billion since being taken over by Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital.

They hope to sign a striker, centre-back and left-back this summer.

Academy players represent ‘pure profit’ on the balance sheet and many young players in the squad fear they will be at the front of the queue of players the club is looking to sell.

But it is understood Gallagher, Chalobah, Maatsen and Broja have insisted they will wait for the right opportunity.

Tottenham eye swift deal for Gallager

Tottenham will use Chelsea’s financial pressure to force through a deal for the midfielder Conor Gallager.

The player has been linked with Tottenham for some time and their need to raise cash might force them to sell up.

Tottenham hope to tie up a quick deal for Conor Gallagher this summer – and Chelsea’s financial pressures could make it happen,” the report begins.

England midfielder Gallagher, 24, has been a long-term target for Spurs.

Chelsea must flog players to raise funds before July 1 to comply with Profit and Sustainability Rules after massively overspending during the Todd Boehly era.

That boosts the chances of a Gallagher sale – which would be deemed as pure profit for the Blues given he is a homegrown player – early in the close season.

Luis Alberto wants to quit Serie A side Lazio

Lazio midfielder Luis Alberto will try to have his contract torn up by his current club.

The former Liverpool player has been a Lazio stalwart since 2016 but has now grown tired of recent struggles.

Former Liverpool midfielder Luis Alberto has asked for his contract with Lazio to be terminated so he can find a new club.

Alberto, who was signed by Brendan Rodgers in 2013, had a largely unsuccessful stint at Anfield. After costing the Reds £6 million from Sevilla, the Spaniard made only 12 first-team appearances over three years.

Despite being a regular for the La Liga side, Liverpool decided to cut their losses in 2016, selling him to Lazio for £4.2m. However, Alberto managed to turn his career around in Serie A.

Lazio, who are currently seventh in the Serie A table and far from Champions League qualification, have had a challenging season. The recent defeat to Roma in the Derby della Capitale was another low point, leading Alberto to reconsider his future.

Paris Saint-Germain and Newcastle are looking at Nottingham Forest midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White

Newcastle are looking at Nottingham Forest forward Morgan Gibbs-White as a potential replacement for Bruno Guimaraes, claims a report.

Guimaraes has been constantly linked with a move away from the North East and Eddie Howe’s side could look to Forest’s 24-year-old star to fill the void.

Newcastle have made Nottingham Forest’s Morgan Gibbs-White one of their main summer transfer targets as they grapple with Profit and Sustainability Rules.

There are fears to keep within the Premier League’s financial restrictions one of their stars – almost certainly the talismanic Bruno Guimaraes – could have to be sacrificed to enable manager Eddie Howe to strengthen in different areas.

Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City are admirers of the combative Brazilian who has a release clause of around £100 million.

And at least that would give Howe the spending power to work his way down a short list of possible close-season buys which includes Forest midfielder Gibbs-White.

The England Under 21 player has been a revelation at the City Ground this season and the £50million-rated star has other admirers in the Premier League including Arsenal.