Chelsea are not embarrassed as they threaten another bid for Enzo Fernandes, but talks with PSV deepen over a right winger…
When asked about Noni Madueke’s future, PSV boss Ruud van Nistelrooy said: “There could be situations where the club comes with unstoppable offers.
Unsurprisingly, Chelsea are chasing the England Under-21 international, who grew up in London and spent time at both Tottenham and Crystal Palace academies before joining PSV in 2018. They are the first team of 2020 and play mainly on the right wing.
The Blues have reportedly been eyeing Maduke for some time. daily mail Now they claim they have ‘stepped up their efforts’ and have put a £26.5 million bid for the 20-year-old.
He was well known to Potter, according to reports, with hiring analyst Kyle Macaulay and Global Talent and Transfer director Paul Winstanley before tracking the manager from Brighton to Chelsea. , identified Maduke as a target.
Maduke joins fellow forwards David Datro Fofana and Joao Felix, who moved to Stamford Bridge earlier this month.
Chelsea’s new transfer team show no shame. Enzo Fernandez’s bankruptcy did not hint at the level of professionalism one would expect from an expensive team made up of transfer gurus.
Benfica boss Roger Schmidt said he ‘disrespected’ the club by making Enzo ‘crazy’ When the Blues had no real plans to do so, they said they would meet his £106m release clause.
Still, according to Telegraph, Chelsea have ‘not ruled out making a second bid’ for the World Cup winner. According to the report, Brighton’s Moisés Caicedo is also a potential addition to the Blues.
Oh Leandro. He was a goal-scoring, attention-grabbing ball beauty a few months ago. Now he has been banned from Brighton’s first team and interest in him has waned.
Newcastle were thought to be working hard for the January window, but were unsure about signing the 28-year-old as they aim to attract a younger target, leaving the Belgian national team The Magpies seem to have taken a complete setback after clashing with director Roberto De Zerbi of . .
daily mail Arguing that “personality is a big factor” for Newcastle recruiters, reports of Trossard storming out of training do nothing to make the team player scream.
His representative released a statement claiming Trossard was “humiliated” And a January transfer is the “most convenient solution.”
Tottenham (and Chelsea, of course) are believed to still be keen on Trossard, whose contract was extended in the wake of Brighton last week.