Agent confirms Italian interest in Chelsea deal, Chelse announce deal for exciting striker, Bundesliga ace announces interest in Chelsea return
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Chelsea outcast Emerson Palmieri is wanted by Juventus and Inter Milan, according to the players agent.
There has been a lot of transfer speculation surrounding the club over the past few months as the Blues are constantly in the headlines about whom could be coming in, and whom could be leaving the club once the summer window opens up in June.
And there is one player at the club that is seemingly on his way out of the club after failing to impress Frank Lampard this season, and that is Palmieri, who has fallen out of favour with Lampard this season and has been stuck on the bench for months now.
The Italian international has made just 14 Premier League appearances under Lampard this campaign and it looks like he could be heading back to Italian Football, with reports suggesting that Juventus are ready to swoop in and end his nightmare in London.
Emerson’s agent Luis Fernando Garcia has even spoken out on the matter and confirmed the Italian giants are keen, he told Juvenews: “We know very well about Juventus’ interest but also about Inter.
“So far there has been no talk of a transfer with Chelsea, nor has there been any official offer.
“I believe that until May there will be no official offers from the two clubs.
“In the summer we will decide what to do.”
We have completed a move for Tromso starlet Bryan Fiabema, and the starlet has taken to social media to announce his delight.
Lampard has overseen a dramatic change in youth policy since he took charge last summer, with a host of Chelsea’s academy stars graduating to become regulars in the senior squad
The likes of Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham, Reece James and Fikayo Tomori are just a few of the young guns in Lampard’s side this season, and with so many talented players in the youth set-up, many talents around Europe have been keeping a very close eye believing that they could get a chance to shine under Lampard.
Norwegian forward Fiabema is the latest talent to put pen to paper and secure a move as the seventeen year old has signed on a three-and-a-half-year deal and he has also become their first post-transfer ban signing.
He posted on Instagram: “Very happy to have joined @chelseafc
“Thank you all for your support and a massive thanks to @tromsoil great club and people. Excited for the new chapter.”
Fiabema is a young man that has clearly caught the attentions of many staff and he will now be hoping that he does not fall into the system, and does get a chance to prove himself at the Bridge in the coming years.
Ethan Ampadu is keen to resume his Chelsea career next season but only after helping RB Leipzig achieve their goals this campaign.
The Wales defender is on a season-long at the Bundesliga club from Stamford Bridge and after a defensive crisis has found himself finally getting some games, and he is really taking his chances over in the Bundesliga and putting in some very impressive performances.
He started in Leipzig’s 1-0 win at Tottenham in the Champions League last 16 first-leg clash – and once again, he was impressive against one of the best sides in the premier League and against a team that managed to make it all the way to the final last season, noow he is looking to play some more games this season and has admitted that he is hoping to resume his career back at the Bridge
He said on the Sun website: “I am always watching Chelsea and seeing what is going on. It is good to see the young players are shining at the moment.
“They are in the top four so fingers crossed they can hold on to that.
“I would like to go back, I aim to, but right now I am focused on Leipzig and finishing the season.”
Ampadu was part of the Leipzig defence that kept Spurs at bay and earned a clean sheet despite a couple of shaky moments in the first half.
“I have not played as much as I would have liked to but I am definitely learning in training and working hard,” he added.
“When this situation came of starting tonight I knew it was a good opportunity to show what I can do and I’d like to think I’ve done that.
“I just tried to play my game. I try to be composed and just try to play.”