Spain international Saul Niguez interests Chelsea ahead of potential move
Chelsea are allegedly ‘eyeing’ Atletico Madrid star Saul Niguez as a potential late addition before the transfer market closes.
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has revealed the west Londoners are in the early stages of negotiations aiming to bring the 26-year-old midfielder to Stamford Bridge.
Romano also says any deal for Saul won’t impact a move for Sevilla ace Jules Kounde, who Chelsea are looking to land but have not yet triggered his £68 million buy-out clause.
AC Milan to re-sign Chelsea misfit Tiemoue Bakayoko in coming days
Chelsea star Tiemoue Bakayoko is ‘getting closer’ to sealing a return to AC Milan on loan this transfer window, according to the latest reports.
The Ligue 1 duo Rennes and Lyon were allegedly interested in securing his services, however, he is poised to return to San Siro.
Chelsea dealt setback in their pursuit of Monaco No.8 star
Chelsea have been handed a big blow in their attempt to land the Ligue 1 sensation Aurelien Tchouameni.
It was stated this week that the Blues had held fresh discussions with the agents of the Monaco midfielder, who has also frequently been mentioned with Manchester United.
And the Mirror now report that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have also opened negotiations with his people.
Chelsea struggling to strike deal for French central defender
Chelsea are reportedly yet to make an acceptable offer for Jules Kounde this summer as Sevilla think that the west Londoners are ‘circling around the issues’.
Thomas Tuchel’s side have been strongly linked with the Frenchman, who could still join them before the end of the transfer market.
As per AS via Sport Witness, the Blues have not made a convincing proposal for the ace.
The report adds that Sevilla believe the club are trying to hold out until the end of the market to get a bargain for the star, who has already agreed to personal terms with Chelsea.
Chelsea boss not against promoting academy players into first-team
Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel promised that he’d remain open to giving the Blues’ academy talents a chance to shine.