Chelsea offered chance to sign £291 million star, Target wants £30 million-a-season contract, Chelsea told they could be getting one of the best in Premier League

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Chelsea sent Kilman message, Haaland wants big contract and Chelsea offered Joao Felix in Chelsea roundup…

Chelsea have reportedly been offered Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix ahead of the summer transfer window.

Despite their decent season this time around, they are still off the level of Manchester City and Liverpool, and Thomas Tuchel knows that he needs to start adding quality to the squad that have top-level experience

And that has led to some reports in the media that we have been very interested in trying to secure a transfer deal for the talented young man, who is making a real name for himself in the game

Felix still has over four years remaining on his current deal with Atletico and has a release clause of €350m (£291m)

But despite the fact he is a massive part of that Madrid squad, According to Team Talk, the attacker had a bust up with Atleti boss Diego Simeone earlier this month and the Argentine is eager to offload his prized asset.

And Team Talk went on to claim that the Spanish side have presented Premier League with the chance to sign Felix.

the club did believe they could land Felix for around the £60 million mark, but the Spanish champions want a whopping £120million fee for their key attacker.

IcChelseanews View…

Wow that is alot of money to spend, so even though the board do have the money to splash that amount of cash, we cannot see them spending over £100 million for one player.

If the reports are true and we have been handed the chance to sign up the gifted young man, they should take it, but we doubt that is actually the case as he is the future of the Spanish side.

The lad is very talented, but we have a number of players at the club that can do what he does, and better already. no need to waste money right?

Chelsea target Erling Haaland wants the kind of wage packet that would make him one of the highest earners in world football

The Norwegian has scored 23 times in just 20 appearances, including 16 in 14 Bundesliga matches despite injuries trying to disrupt his season. And his performances has led to all sorts of speculation

There is not one big club out there that do not want to acquire his services in the coming transfer window, especially since he has a £64 million clause in his contract, and it would be a shock to still see him at Dortmund by the end of the window

But we face forking out £213million in total – including wages – just to sign Haaland from Dortmund this summer.

Haaland’s £64m fee looks a relative bargain, there is nothing cheap about his wage demands with his agent Mino Raiola working across Europe to find the best deal.

According to the Mirror, Raiola is looking to clinch a deal that would see his client earn up to £30m a season over a five-year deal.

Including his transfer fee, that would take the total cost to sign Haaland to an eye-watering £213m, a fee that only certain clubs are able to pay.

IcChelseanews View…

Look, Football has changed over the years and it is all about how much money the top players can get, for as long as they can, and Haaland is no different. Raiola knows that Haaland will become one of the best players on the planet and wants to get the best deal that he can.

However, that is alot of money to pay for the lad.

However, we would love him at the club and will not be happy to see him sign for another Premier League club, he is a real goal-machine that is only going to get better

Chelsea have released a statement on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Civilians are being told not to leave their homes while Ukrainian soldiers fight Russian forces in the streets.

Russian missiles reportedly hit the pipeline in the early hours of Sunday, with the Ukrainian government warning the explosion could cause an “environmental catastrophe” and telling people to cover their windows with damp cloths

Many thousands of Ukrainians spent another night inside and underground on Saturday, seeking safety from the Russian troops, as they drew closer to the capital.

Chelsea have been in the headlines alot over the past few days as owner Roman Abramovic is a Russian citizen.

And amid the conflict over the boarder, the club have released a statement, it Reads: ‘The situation in Ukraine is horrific and devastating.

‘Chelsea FC’s thoughts are with everyone in Ukraine. Everyone at the club is praying for peace’


There is nothing for us to say apart from we hope Ukraine the best and NO TO WAR


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