Brazilian defender Gabriel ‘waiting for Chelsea offer’ as summer Premier League move wanted

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Gabriel is keen to play in the Premier League for Chelsea next season despite Napoli opening transfer talks with his current club Lille.

We may have not done the transfer business that many fans would have liked to see during the January window as Frank Lampard was not given the funds to bring in some top-class players that would improve the side help get the Spaniards side back inside the Champions League next season.

However, there is some speculation in the media that Lampard will be handed the kind of funds he needs to improve the side in the summer, and will look to bring in another defender after the signings of Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner.

Lille are fending off interest in their Brazilian centre-half Gabriel, but While reports have claimed Napoli have made contact with the French club for the former Brazil Under-20 international, the report suggests he is keener on a move to England.

France Football writes that Lille have already opened talks with Napoli, but that still doesn’t mean he’s on his way to Italy,’ states the report, as The player is said to be waiting for offers from the Premier League side.

The outlet claims that Lille should make about €25m with his sale this summer, and that would be important income for the club,

Look, the man has been decent but with the signings that we have been making, we are expecting a bigger player to make that move to Stamford Bridge in the summer window

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1 Response

  1. Ebere Chidi says:

    With the current signing of this two players am happy but we still need more