Boehly to make Frenchman first signing – £68m man wants Prem move – Chelsea to get Salah chance

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Video – Nunez wants Premier League move – Salah to be sold – Kounde to be first Chelsea signing in Chelsea news of the day…

It has been claimed that Ted Boehly will make Sevilla star Jules Kounde his first Chelsea signing.

A deal has finally been agreed between Roman Abramovich and the UK Government over the sale of Chelsea that will green light Todd Boehly’s takeover of the football club.

The PA News Agency report that the two parties are said to have found a ‘legal resolution’ as to how to handle the £1.5billion debt the Stamford Bridge club owe to the outgoing Russian owner.

Abramovich had previously indicated his willingness to write off the loan, but Downing Street officials had expressed concerns that the 55-year-old would later renege on that promise.

The Premier League are now required to sign off on any sale of one of their clubs – and now it means that Chelsea fans can start planning for some big arrivals in the summer – starting with Kound

Thomas Tuchel is in desperate need of defensive reinforcements after it became apparent that both Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen are intending to leave the club for Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively.

The 23-year-old Kounde has been a long-term target of the London club, and will be a statement of intent from new owner Boehly, who has indicted that significant funds will be available.

A deal for the French defender – equally comfortable at right-back or centre-half – is expected to cost the Blues in the region of £60million, and will go through as soon as the club’s takeover is completed

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Antonio Rudiger will be missed by Chelsea that is for sure, but Kounde is a very special talent

He has the ability to cope in the Premier League and if Thomas Tuchel trusts him enough, he could be one of the best in world football

Nunez wants Premier Move – check out his goals…

Top-class Chelsea target Darwin Nunez has made a decision that will benefit the Gunners heading into the transfer window

Despite the fact the transfer window is still many months away there is still alot of speculation in the media about the type of players that Thomas Tuchel will get to bring to the club, and how much the board will hand him in the transfer window

Now we all know that Romelu Lukaku has not nothing like the striker that banged in the goals over at Inter Milan – and we all know that he is one player that could be replaced in the coming transfer window for a player like Nunez

There has already been a number of players linked with a move to the Blues , but IcFootballnews has now learned that a move to the Premier League is one that Nunez would prefer most

And in the Video below – fans can see just what Tuchel would be bringing to the side if a deal was done – enjoy –

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He really is a talented striker and if the Blues can convince him to make that move to the Bridge- and manage to get the very best out of him – he could be a very special signing

As you can see in the video just above – he would be a class signing for the club – and could be the man that helps Tuchel close the gap on both Man City and Liverpool

The German needs a striker that can score goals – and Nunez could be that man

Salah to be sold?

Former Leeds United striker Noel Whelan has opined Chelsea linked Mohamed Salah is likely to be sold by Liverpool at the end of the season – and not Sadio Mane

The duo has been consistent for the Reds since joining but their contracts are set to expire at the end of next season – but there has been alot of speculation that there futures at the club is not certain

Salah has been in talks over a new deal for many months now – but has not yet agreed a new contract – while Mane is not happy that they are prioritising the Egyptians deal before they open talks with him

However, Whelan believes the newly crowned FA Cup champions cannot turn down a good offer in the forthcoming transfer window to pave the way for a young arrival – and believes that Salah is more likely to be the one that gets sold

“They [Liverpool] are going to have to capitalise on somebody, in my opinion,” the 47-year-old told Football Insider.

“That big potential transfer fee could do a lot of good. It could be Mane, or it could be Salah. One of the two, I believe, will be leaving this summer. For me personally, I’m expecting it to be Salah.

“Mane is looking more and more like the one who will be sticking around, but we’ll have to wait and see.

“When you are bringing in these young players and they’re performing as well as Luis Diaz is – it does almost put the writing on the wall. One of them [Salah or Mane] might well have to go in order to get that capital and rejuvenate that team.”

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Jurgen Klopp will not want to lose any of his star players – especially as they are the main reason why Liverpool are still in with a chance of winning every trophy this season.

Chelsea will keep a close eye – as if there is a chance to sign Salah – they will – most clubs will want to sign a man that can net 30-goals a season on a regular basis

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