Danger associated with Chelsea return; Arsenal in bid of £ 30m

 

 

It sounds like Eden Hazard’s agents would like to take the Real Madrid flop back to Chelsea. Also: PSG ‘desperate’ after Pogba …

DANGER BACK TO CHELSEA MOOTED
There is apparently a will from all sides to see Eden Hazard back at Chelsea.

AS says the Belgian star ‘would not be badly received’ back at Stamford Bridge – immediately after giving all the reasons why it will not happen.

First, Chelsea do not need danger. Thomas Tuchel can not turn around without encountering a wide player. The Blues need a center-forward. Ideally, Erling Haaland.

Although Hazard fits the profile Chelsea were looking for, there is the financial aspect to any return. Real Madrid would be looking for around £ 60 million for a player who has flopped spectacularly since moving to Spain two years ago. And Hazard would expect the same terms he is currently working under, with his salary massively increased since he was last a Chelsea player.

Apart from all that, for sure.

UNITED MAKES ‘CONCRETE OFFER’ FOR BAYERN STAR
United already needed a midfielder, but they seem to be planning to replace Pogba as well Leon Goretzka’s name was increasingly linked to a move to Old Trafford.

Goretzka is yet another star to become a free agent next summer, and his renewal talks with Bayern Munich do not seem to be going so well.

United are far more willing to pay the German midfielder what he feels he deserves. That Daily mail reckons Goretzka has already presented a £ 200,000-a-week deal.

picture claims that Real Madrid are also sniffing around the 26-year-old.

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ARSENAL’S RAMSDALE £ 30M BID SENTENCED?
Arsenal are also ready to get serious about Aaron Ramsdale …

The Gunners are chasing a new goalkeeper this summer, with England stoppers Ramsdale and Sam Johnstone strongly linked.

Talksport says Arsenal are preparing a £ 30m bid for Ramsdale, who have been relegated in each of the last two seasons with Bournemouth and Sheffield United. One case, probably.

But according to The times, the magazines have already asked Arsenal not to bother unless their bid is at least £ 32 million, until they have so far rejected two proposals from the Gunners.

 

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