In the part 2 of our Chelsea news round up from yesterday, we will be discussing more of the interesting news that made the headlines yesterday. The part 1 of this article can be found here.
According to French media house L’Equipe, PSG are edging close to signing Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Real Madrid target Paul Pogba and according to the paper, if Paul Pogba moves to PSG, Chelsea target Adrien Rabiot will be declared surplus to requirement which will then open the door for Chelsea to sign him. According to the paper, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is very keen on the 21 year old midfielder and will hope an offer of £20 million will be enough to convince PSG to let the French man join Chelsea.
According to a report by Telegraph, Chelsea are edging close to signing Fulham’s Marcus Bettinelli. According to the paper, Jose Mourinho has been watching the goal keeper who seen as a long terms replacement Petr Cech. The paper claims Chelsea are hoping an offer of £10 million will convince Fulham to let the paper go. Marcus Bettinelli is Fulham’s first choice goal keeper. He is the son of Chelsea academy’s goalkeeper trainer Vic Bettinelli. With his father a coaching staff at Chelsea, one will hope it will make it easier for the club to sign the player if they reports that they are interested in him are true.
In more transfer news, Chelsea are said to be preparing a bid for Tottenham’s Harry Kane. According to various reports, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is impressed with the English man and has mandated Chelsea deal makers to complete a deal that will see the striker play in Chelsea colours next season.
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