Chelsea are paying for Enzo Fernandes but have a winger in the wings who really wants a move to Arsenal…
chelsea make the waters madrick
Here’s an update from Fabrizio Romano on Mykhaylo Mudryk: Arsenal struggled to beat a stubborn Newcastle side:
“As it became clear on Monday, Chelsea are interested in Madric. Currently, #CFC Chelsea will only progress if talks with Arsenal break down. #AFC remains a player priority. up to the club.
Regarding fees, Reported by Sky Sports On Tuesday, Madrik’s “optimism is mounting that Arsenal will agree to a deal”. It is said that he offered £10,000.
Do you have Enzo nearby?
Chelsea are desperate to spend a ton of ridiculous money on this window, and Fabrizio Romano has the update.
“Enso Fernandes’ contract renewal. Chelsea and Benfica have spent the night negotiating, but we are still waiting for the go-ahead from Rui Costa, as we have yet to reach a full agreement on important details.
“Talks continue Wednesday. The player wants the move, but he’s waiting too.
Gary Neville tweeted: ‘Chelsea paying Enzo Fernandes €127 million? Outrageous price. Very good player but bloody hell!
The Daily Telegraph claims In fact, Chelsea are “in talks to sign Enzo Fernandes but are reluctant to meet the €120m (£105.8m) release clause included in the midfielder’s contract at Benfica. is.”
Manchester United offered Muani a lot of money
Manchester United will reportedly have to pay €70 million to sign Randall Kolo-Muani from Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt in January or the summer.
“Manchester United have been associated with many strikers and the latest is Randall Koro-Muani,” Romano wrote in Catch Offside. “Nevertheless, January will be a difficult month for any club. Eintracht Frankfurt have no intention of selling this player and his price tag is around €70 million.”
“I think Koro Muani and Jonathan David are the players to watch in the summer.”
Read: Complete list of all Premier League signings and sales made during the January 2023 transfer window
Article Transfer gossip: Chelsea desperate to spend big on a pair worth £190m in January, first published on Football365.com.