Target ‘in crisis’ over at Madrid, Chelsea told, (Video) Featuring Kane, Sancho and Ighalo, Chelsea told £80 million star good enough for move
Guys here is a roundup of the latest Chelsea news, gossip and transfer talk from icchelseanews over the past 24 hours.
Fulham forward Aleksandar Mitrovic says Serbia team-mate and Chelsea transfer target Luka Jovic is in ‘crisis’ at Real Madrid.
After a very impressive season in the Bundesliga last year, Jovic became hot property in the game with some of the biggest clubs in the game all linked with possible moves, but in the end it was Real Madrid who secured a transfer deal for his services.
The Spanish giants paid a massive £54 million for the young hitman as they firmly believed that he could become a superstar in the game, but this season has not been the best in Madrid for Jovic and he has only managed two goals for the Spaniard, leading to rumours he could leave.
But according to recent reports, Jovic is all set to stay at the Bernabeu after the Spaniards reportedly decided that they wanted to keep hold and give him a real shot in the first team, making it harder for the Blues to potentially seal a deal.
But wehave been boosted once again in their chase, as Mitrovic has opened up and claimed that he is in a crisis at Madrid: “He’s in a sort of crisis,” he told Serbian outlet Butasport. “When you are a striker, the most important thing is to be on the pitch. I don’t think he has had many opportunities.
“I was in that situation at Newcastle. You only have five, 10, 15 minutes, and in the time you try and do what you can to prove your worth, especially when you have cost a lot of money. You want to do everything and it burns you out.”
Chelsea have been in the headlines alot over the past few days and we have some big stories in the video below.
We all know that the Premier League season has been stopped and many fans are frustrated about whether or not the season will start up or not, but there has been some breaking headlines that may interest many fans.[the_ad id=”164″]
Frank Lampard knows he needs to do some business otherwise he may struggle to get the club back inside the top four spots next season and then pushing on to challenge for more than a top four spot, but There is some big news that could excite many fans.
There has been talk of a star signing from Man United, £200 million target being told to leave and if we will pay £100 million to secure a Bundesliga deal that Lampard wants in the widow video, click to watch[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qx0RtaLBsk[/embedyt]
Chelsea target James Maddison is now good enough for ANY of the Premier League giants, according to his old manager.
But there has been a lot of speculation in the media that Willian may be leaving the club, despite the fact that he has admitted on numerous occasions that he is keen to stay in London, Meaning that Lampard will need to find an adequate replacement for the Brazilian star.
Maddison has been making all the right noises in the Premier League over the past few seasons and his performances have led to a lot of transfer speculation that the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham were interested in a summer transfer deal.
His creativity, quality and ability to play that killer pass on a weekly basis is the main reason why Jamie Vardy is once again banging in the goals for Leicester, and without him in the heart of midfield, Brendan Rodgers men would not be challenging for a Champions League place.
Yes there is some talk in the media that Leicester want Maddison to sign a new deal, but nothing is concrete just yet and money talks, meaning the right offer in the summer would open the door for us to make a move
Now Aberdeen’s Derek McInnes told the Press and Journal: “I always thought James was the best technician of a ball I’ve seen. I haven’t seen someone who manipulates the ball in the way he can and that potential is really being realised now.
“James has said that coming to Aberdeen (loan) has helped be the making of him because he had to grow up a bit. He had to tough things out and he had to learn how to deal with the demands of playing here. He was developing then and the games up here were tough for him.
‘But you see him now, he has developed so much that I think he could play for any of the big clubs in England. That’s how good he is. ‘The improvement in him over the last two seasons especially has been massive and it shows what can be done.”