Chelsea enters the chase for Kylian Mbappe: Todd Boehly is eager to sabotage Kylian Mbappe’s rumored Real Madrid transfer. This is the reason Chelsea has joined the fight to get the Paris Saint-Germain forward.
Mbappe’s future has been the subject of intense speculation. Ever since the French international chose to reject a proposal from Al-Hilal of the Saudi Pro League. PSG is eager to cash in on the 2022 World Cup Golden Boot winner this summer. EnoughInfo.com
Chelsea, who are seeking to arrange a player-plus-cash deal to bring the young sensation to the Premier League, are the most recent team to enter the fight for his signing. Liverpool is reportedly in discussions to take him on a loan, in the meanwhile. Kanye West’s Twitter account is reinstated by Elon Musk following a ban
Chelsea enters the chase for Kylian Mbappe
Chelsea’s decision to sign Mbappe as a free agent came as a surprise. After spending more than £500 million on players in the previous two transfer windows, the club wanted to recuperate some of that money before spending this summer on players like Mason Mount (£55m/$72m) and Kai Havertz (£60m/$79m).
Mbappe was allegedly handed a €50 million (£43 million/$55 million) salary by Real Madrid earlier this month and was the subject of a €300 million (£259 million/$332 million) proposal from Al Hilal only days ago. Chelsea would need a large cash to hijack the trade.. EPL- Man United To Decide Greenwood’s Future Ahead Of The New Premier League season
The Blues manager made comments on the necessity for reinforcements and the recruitment of a new attacker. This was after his team’s 2-0 victory against nearby Fulham on Sunday.
“Today, I believe we are pleased with the performance, and they work extremely well together. Yes, of course; perhaps we can include some other profiles or players who can aid us; of course, we are flexible.
A deal for Mbappe has apparently been discussed by Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly and PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, with the Blues prepared to give players and money in exchange for the Frenchman.