Chelsea board told £30 million will get next summer signing!

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Burnley want £30 million for their goalkeeper James Trafford this summer amid interest from Chelsea.

Enzo Maresca has been at the club for the past few weeks now and will be looking to bring in a few players that are able to make an impact for next season – as the feeling around the club is poor after a disappointing season.

There has been alot of players linked with a move to the club – but now it seems that they may be able to sign one of their long-term targets, as the Blues have been looking at signing James Trafford.

It is no secret that the goalkeeper area of the squad is not the best and there has been alot of chatter that Maresca is desperate to improve that area of the pitch – which has led to offers for Trafford.

Burnley want £30 million for their goalkeeper, according to the Sun. and will not be looking to get anything less for one of the clubs most consistent players.

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Trafford is very good – he is a Premier League stopper – but playing for a club like CHELSEA – he is not any better than what the club already have and they would probably be making a mistake in signing the man.

There is a reason why Trafford is not linked with the Arsenal’s, the Liverpool’s, the Man City’s or even the Man United’s and that is because they already have quality keepers that are some of the best in the world.

Trafford is not that and we believe that Kepa would be a better option – this is £30 million that the Blues could use to sign a worldie – fans would not be impressed with this kind of signing.

It is not a signing that a top-tier club makes – its more of a Newcastle, West Ham or Tottenham kind of move.


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