Spanish International tells Chelsea he wants summer transfer deal completed!


Chelsea star Marcos Alonso has reiterated his desire to leave Stamford Bridge this summer – with rumours that he wants a move to Barcelona

Alonso has been a big part of the starting eleven over the past few months – and has done a relatively impressive job at left-back as cover for the injured Ben Chilwell.

However – he could not agree a new contract with the club and that allowed Barcelona to swoop in – make contact – and try to convince him to leave London over the transfer window

Reports have claimed that The left-back has already agreed personal terms with the LaLiga giants, and it’s now up to the club to agree a fee with Chelsea. who are open to the idea of letting him leave if they can find an adequate replacement

Alonso, 31, has scored 29 goals and provided 23 assists in 212 appearances for the club – and Fabrizio Romano has told the fans that the Spaniard does indeed want to leave the club this transfer window

Romano Tweeted: “Marcos Alonso has confirmed again to Chelsea his plan to leave the club this summer. Barcelona have already reached an agreement on personal terms with Marcos.

“Barça are waiting for final price tag – while Azpilicueta has still Barcelona two-year deal bid available.

The Spaniard recently come out and opened up about his future at the Bridge – He said when asked about a summer move to the La Liga by Onda Cero : “Not at the moment. On paper I have one more year of contract and that is what it is until today.

“I have already said other times that I would like to but it does not depend entirely on me.

“There are two games left here and then it’s time to rest.”

Alonso has also admitted that he is happy about his career achievements – but there is a burning desire to pack his bags and head back to Spanish football – he added: “I’ve played 50 games, we’ve been world champions, we’ve been unlucky in the cup finals.

“I can’t complain about anything at Chelsea but the desire to play in Spain is there.

“It’s not entirely up to me and I’m happy at Chelsea. I am sincere.”


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