£52 million powerhouse sent shock message ahead of possible Chelsea move!
Chelsea target Dayot Upamecano has been urged to rethink his summer plans to quit RB Leipzig – as things have “changed” due to the coronavirus outbreak
Now Look, There has been so much speculation and rumours in the media over the past few weeks about whom Frank Lampard will sign in the summer, to sort his dodgy back-line out, to improve that midfield area, and a possible replacement to come in and possibly replace Willian, who is destined to leave the club.
But there has also ben constant rumours that we are interested, maybe even desperate, to sign up the impressive Upamecano, who is easily regarded as one of the finest young centre-backs in the game having helped RB become a very exciting, and entertaining to watch.
It is believed that we will make a summer move, it is believed that we will offer £52 million, and it is also believed that RB will say HELL no, ‘we want more’ as they rate the talent very highly, but still, we will make a move anyways.
But in a bid to keep hold of one of their best players, RB have opened up and told the youngster that he needs to re-think the idea of leaving the club at the end of the season and moving on because of the virus outbreak that is ravaging the whole world, Speaking to Kicker, Leipzig sporting director Markus Krosche said: “This is a far-reaching decision for a player. He should take his time with that.
“He has to be clear about exactly what he is going to do, how he sees his future.
“Maybe that has changed a bit as a result of the new situation [coronavirus].”
Look, we need to add a world class defender to the side so come on, enough with linking us with this lad as he will not improve the current side.
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