Tuchel told he can sign winger for £78 million, Chelsea contact Barcelona about world class deal, Will Blues fans welcome Premier League superstar, Werner makes big claim
Would fans welcome Aguero, Chelsea contact Pjanic, Werner claims Chelsea will be the best, Chelsea told Sancho asking price in Chelsea roundup…
Chelsea have contact Barcelona about unhappy midfielder Miralem Pjanic, reports from Spain have now been reporting.
Pjanic only joined Barcelona from Juventus in 2020 but has struggled to make his mark at the Camp Nou. He has only started six times in La Liga this season and has been on the fringes since Ronald Koeman arrived at the club.
Chelsea boss Thomas Thuchel will be hoping that his very impressive side will be able to beat Leicester in the FA Cup Final and then Manchester City in the Champions League to end his season with some very big trophies.
But he knows that he will need to improve the squad at the end of the season add a few players to the squad that will give him something different for next season, and Pjanic has reportedly joined the list of transfer targets that he reportedly wants
And according to Spanish outlet Sport, they have contacted Barcelona to see if Pjanic would be available to sign this summer.
However, Chelsea will not have it all their own way as there are reports in the media that a number of clubs are also eyeing up a possible deal in the transfer window.
Look, Tuchel has done a brilliant job this season at Chelsea and many people are very impressed by what they have seen from the man, but if he can get Pjanic, it will add a bit more quality to that midfield.
Chelsea have many options in the centre of that pitch, but Pjanic is different class, despite his troubles at Barca.
Former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand called on Chelsea to keep City’s Sergio Aguero in the Premier League and make a move.
Regarded as one of the finest strikers in world football right now, there has been alot of speculation in the media that Chelsea are one club that are lining up a massive £90 million offer in the transfer window to get a deal done for Erling Haaland.
Thomas Tuchel wants to add a striker to the squad that is able to land 30-goals a season and is hoping that he gets the funds to delve into that market and beat off Real Madrid and Barcelona to the signature of Haaland.
However, if he cannot get a deal done for Haaland, then There has also been some rumours in the media which has suggested that Chelsea maybe keen to swoop in and offer Aguero a chance to stay in the Premier League.
Despite being a legend at City, Aguero is a man that will be seeking a fresh challenge in the summer after failing to agree a new contract, and Ferdinand has told Chelsea that they should try and get a deal done for the Argentine superstar.
“I think he stays in the Premier League,” Ferdinand said on his YouTube show.
“If I’m Chelsea, I take him now. If I’m Chelsea, I go and get him quick.
“Have you seen Chelsea’s stats, by the way? They’re my team to win the league next year.”
Dortmund have lowered their asking price for Chelsea target Jadon Sancho to around £78 million ($108m).
It is no secret that Sancho was the number one transfer target for the top clubs during the summer transfer window, but no deal could get done for the winger as his asking price was far too high.
Sancho endured a slow start to the 2020-21 campaign after being heavily linked with a move to the Premier League giants, but has started to get back to his best since the turn of the year
But with the transfer window just a few months away, there is already speculation in the media that he will be allowed to leave Dortmund at the end of the season, should the likes of Chelsea, or Manchester United, make a significant offer for his services.
However, the club’s sporting director, Michael Zorc, revealed recently that a “gentleman’s agreement” was in place to allow the winger to move if certain conditions were met.
“We already had a gentleman’s agreement with Jadon last year that he can switch under certain conditions,” Zorc told ARD. “He’s been with us for a few years. But there is no such agreement with Erling.”
And now Goal has learned that those conditions would allow Sancho to move for around £78m ($108m) – a sizeable drop from the £108m ($150m) that Dortmund were initially asking for.
Sancho is a player that will go on to do great things, and will go on to demand a big asking price. Chelsea would be a fantastic place for him to develop, especially under the guidance of Thomas Tuchel.
So even though there are a few months to go, and even though Chelsea are still seeking to win some trophies, Sancho is a statement signing that would send a message to the rest of the Premier League.
Timo Werner believes that Chelsea can repeat their FA Cup heroics against Manchester City and become “the best team in the world”
An all-English showpiece has been lined up in elite European competition after Chelsea breezed past Real Madrid and City beat off a a very Gifted PSG side in the semi-finals.
And Werner believes those at Stamford Bridge can secure themselves a spot at the very top of the global game: “We know that we can do it.
“We saw in a game like City when we won in the FA Cup semi-final. We did it so often this season against good teams. It means we have no fear in any final.
“You have to be honest and say that City is maybe the best team in the world at the moment. You want to play against the best.
“We are in the Champions League final and it is normal that you play against the best team and maybe we can win this game and we can become the best team in the world for this year.
“I think our team can win against every team in the world and we showed it against Man City. They will know about the semi-final, they will remember it.
“They will give everything for the title because it’s their first final. Like a lot of players in our team it is their first final. We will give everything to the end.”
Tuchel is a brilliant manager that has already proven he can get the best of Guardiola, so we will not be surprised to see Chelsea end the season as European and FA Cup Champions.
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