6am Chelsea news: Tiemoue Bakayoko in Blues 'dig', Eden Hazard injury scare and Maurizio Sarri demands more respect for Jose Mourinho

Read our round-up of all the latest Blues' news below to find out why AC Milan loanee Bakayoko and ex-Stamford Bridge boss Mourinho could face an uncomfortable start to the week – plus an update on Eden Hazard's injury scare.

BAK ON THE RACK

TIEMOUE BAKAYOKO has risked the wrath of Chelsea’s hierarchy after ‘liking’ a tweet from two-goal Manchester United hero Anthony Martial.

The France midfielder, farmed out to AC Milan after flopping for the Blues last term, made the social media faux pas after his former Monaco team-mate starred in United's 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.

HAZARD FRIGHT

EDEN HAZARD has handed Chelsea an injury scare after hurting his back.

The Belgian star suffered the problem IN Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Manchester United after suffering some touch tackles from Ashley Young and Nemanja Vidic.

SHOW MOUR RESPECT

MAURIZIO SARRI has risked the wrath of Chelsea fans by telling them Jose Mourinho deserves more respect.

Manchester United boss Mourinho was verbally abused by Blues supporters on Saturday as the Special One held up three fingers to illustrate the three titles he won at Chelsea.

HO NO, NOT AGAIN

JOSE MOURINHO is sweating on another FA charge after his Stamford Bridge bust-up.

Ref Mike Dean HAS included the clash with Chelsea coach Marco Ianni, after Ross Barkley’s last-gasp leveller, in his report from Saturday’s 2-2 draw.

DON'T PASS GO

EDEN HAZARD and Willian were accused of failing to pass to flop forward Alvaro Morata during the Blues 2-2 draw with Man United.

Club legend Ruud Gullit believes the pair are deliberately avoiding giving the ball to the Spaniard as they do not trust him.

STICKING HIS NOSE IN

CHELSEA fans are convinced that Maurizio Sarri picked his nose and then wiped his finger on Jose Mourinho.

The pair shared an embrace after Marco Ianni sparked a touchline fracas, but was all it seemed?

ONCE BITTEN TWICE SHY

A NEW video of Marco Ianni and Jose Mourinho shows the Chelsea second assistant celebrating in the Special One's face TWICE.

Mourinho ignored Ianni when he ran past him celebrating the first time but then was left fuming as he was goaded a second time when the former Napoli coach returned to the Blues bench.

CROSSING A (TOUCH)LINE

MAUZIRIO SARRI has publicly apologised to Jose Mourinho and admitted that Chelsea were completely to blame for the touchline fracas.

The Italian said: "After the match I spoke with Jose and immediately understood that we are wrong."

PLEASE DON'T N'GO

CHELSEA desperately want £80million Real Madrid target N’Golo Kante to agree a bumper new deal.

Real, who lost 2-1 to Levante yesterday, have identified Kante, 27, as the man to kickstart their season.

IT'S REECE LIGHTNING

CHELSEA’S brilliant teen Reece James is a shock target for Brighton in a £10million deal after some eye-catching displays.

The pacy right-back, 18, has starred on loan for Championship Wigan this season.

PICK A FIGHT

FANS are convinced Maurizio Sarri picked his nose and wiped his hand on Jose Mourinho in the aftermath of the ugly touchline bust-up at Stamford Bridge.

Footage appears to show so after the 2-2 draw.

TOO LATE TO SAY SARRI?

MOURINHO admitted after the game that Maurizio Sarri and Marco Ianni had instantly come to apologise for provoking the Stamford Bridge fracas.

He added that he has no desire to punish Ianni for one mistake.

IAN THE MAN

JOSE MOURINHO was left furious with Chelsea assistant Marco Ianni.

But who is the former Napoli coach and how did he provoke the Special One?

BATTLE OF STAMFORD BRIDGE

CHELSEA second assistant Marco Ianni made himself famous at Stamford Bridge, but not necessarily for the right reasons.

The former Napoli coach pumped his fist in front of Jose Mourinho, infuriating the Special One and leading to an all out brawl.

TOP BARK

ROSS BARKLEY scored in the dying minutes to grab draw over Manchester United.

But his strike was marred after former Blues manager chased after Chelsea assistant Marco Ianni.

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