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Chelsea Fans Don’t Want Pulisic Move

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Chelsea Fans Don’t Want Pulisic Move

Fans of Chelsea are opposed to the idea of a transfer for highly rated Borussia Dortmund forward Christian Pulisic when the transfer window reopens.

Several Blues fans took to their respective social media via football.london to say their opinions about Pulisic.

Reports from the London Evening Standard claim that the Blues have made the first move to secure the transfer of the United States of America international ahead of the January transfer window.

It was stated that the 2012 Champions League winners have already made a bid for the 20-year-old with reports claiming that only a £70m transfer bid would be enough to convince the German Bundesliga leaders to sanction the sale of one of their prized assets.

Christian Pulisic is widely seen as one of the brightest young prospects on the world football stage.

Some Chelsea fans called on the club to leave the American player for Merseyside giants who are also interested in him.

The player recently talked up a move to the Premier League to further fuel transfer rumours linking him with a transfer to England.

Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea are interested in signing him.

Christian Pulisic has just 18 months remaining on his contract with Borussia Dortmund and he’s almost certain to leave the club in the New Year whether in the January transfer window or next summer.

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  1. Omofolarin

    December 4, 2018 at 10:04 pm

    I prefer David Neres/Thorgan Hazard to pulisic, they’ll even come at a cheaper rate and with more goal scoring ability, also we should give Callum Hudson-Odoi and the forgotten Charley Musonda a chance, they can both be better than Pulisic…

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Roma To Offer Chelsea Target Contract Extension

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West London giants Chelsea have received a major transfer blow in their pursuit of one of the most exciting players on the Italian Serie A stage following the news that his club is set to tie him down to a new deal.

AS Roma winger Cengiz Under has grown to become an important player for the Italian capital club since he signed at the start of last season.

His Roma form has attracted a lot of major clubs in Europe including Chelsea and Arsenal who want to bolster their squad with a new winger when the transfer window comes around in the summer.

Italian media outlet Calciomercato revealed that AS Roma are set to offer Cengiz Under a new long-term contract.

AS Roma will also offer three of their players a new contract.

Nicolo Zaniolo joined AS Roma from Italian Serie A rivals Inter Milan at the start of this campaign in a player-plus-cash deal with Radja Nainggolan going in the other direction.

The young midfielder was a makeweight in the deal.

He would be offered a contract extension alongside the experienced duo of Edin Dzeko and club legend Daniele De Rossi.

Chelsea see Turkish international star Under as a possible replacement for forward Eden Hazard whose contract runs out in 2020.

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Chelsea Face Man Utd Threat For TWO Midfielders

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Chelsea Face Man Utd Threat For TWO Midfielders

Chelsea will have to see off the threat of fellow Premier League top-six side when both teams take their rivalry to the summer transfer window for the right to sign two talented midfielders.

Both clubs already have an established rivalry on the field of play with both sides schedule to face off in the fifth round of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge at the weekend before playing each other again in their second meeting of this Premier League season billed for Old Trafford later this year.

Their one and only meeting this season ended in a 2-2 draw in a Premier League game played earlier this season.

Manchester United and Chelsea are both interested in signing the midfield duo of Ivan Rakitic and Joao Felix ahead of the summer’s transfer window.

Barcelona midfielder Rakitic is in the middle of a contract standoff with the Catalans.

The 30-year-old is furious after his request for a pay rise was turned down.

Spanish media platform Sport claim that both Manchester United and Chelsea have enquired about his transfer availability with the view of signing him for £57m.

The two Premier League clubs are amongst the plethora of European teams keen on Benfica whizkid Joao Felix.

Other interested parties include Liverpool, Arsenal, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Juventus.

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Courtois was again calls on Hazard to make Madrid switch

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Courtois was again calls on Hazard to make Madrid switch

Former Chelsea safe hands,Thibaut Courtois is hoping his fellow countryman Eden Hazard will follow his lead by leaving Chelsea to join Real Madrid this summer.

The Belgian attacker is out of contract at Chelsea after next season and it’s no news that he has great admiration for Reals Madrid whilst admitting he has considered moving after last summer’s World Cup, before being persuaded to stay.

This same situation with Hazard is reminiscent of a similar contractual situation with Courtois was in last summer as he had one year left on his contract at Chelsea – when he managed to force a £35m move to Real.

“It would be nice of course [if Hazard joined Real], but I cannot say much about it,” Courtois told VTM Nieuws.

“That is something he has to decide and Madrid must decide if they want him, because I do not know that either.

“But Eden is a top player and also my buddy, so if he came here it would be fun, but he has to make his choices.”

Although the safe hands was quick to stress he had not spoken to Hazard about the possibility of a move, “No, occasionally we laugh at the fact that we like to play football together but that is something I do not interfere in.

“We will see at the end of the season what can happen but Eden is a fantastic football player.”

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