Club Tell Chelsea They Won’t Accept Players As Part of The Deal for 22-year-Old Forward
As things right now stand, Chelsea is set to lose both Willian and Pedro this mid-year to free organization, as the pair are run down their Stamford Bridge contracts.
To counter this, Frank Lampard chose to preemptively sign Hakim Ziyech from Ajax in February, in this manner permitting himself some breathing room, realizing he will have a quality player coming in to supplant one of the two.
Regardless of whether they need a subsequent winger is not yet clear with any semblance of Callum Hudson-Odoi and Christian Pulisic as of now at the club, however, there are gossipy tidbits in Italy players, for example, Federico Chiesa could be on the Blues’ radar.
Gazzetta Dello Sport on Monday brings Chelsea once again in with the general mish-mash for the Fiorentina winger, posting them as one of the many fascinating sides with regards to the 22-year-old’s administrations.
In any case, getting him won’t be modest or simple, as the Serie A side are declining to acknowledge partners in any potential arrangement and the host told gatherings lining up outside so much (counting the Stamford Bridge side), which means it’s money just for their star.
That being stated, they realize the market isn’t exactly equivalent to it was before the Covid-19 pandemic, which is the reason they are purportedly arranged to make a ‘little rebate’ on the €70m sticker price going ahead.
Along these lines, if Lampard wants Chiesa to reinforce his assaulting power, significantly more, it will include some significant downfalls and a serious huge one at that.