Chelsea told to get cheque-book out and sign superstar, Chelsea close to £23 million Italian deal, Dutchmen sends shock message after Chelsea complete deal
Hey guys here is a roundup of our latest news, gossip and transfer talk over the past 24 hours or so.
Owen Hargreaves has told Chelsea to get the cheque-book out and sign the outstanding Jadon Sancho.
Sancho, who has 12 goals and 13 assists this season, is one of the most in-demand players across Europe and there were many reports in the January window suggesting that we were keen to make a move to sign the winger then.
However, Dortmund did not want to sell one of their most prized assets and it seemed that Sancho was keen to stay put until at least the summer, meaning that we went the whole January transfer window without making any meaningful transfer deals.
But with the likes of, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich all credited with interest in the prodigious wide-man, Dortmund could demand in excess of £100million for Sancho in the summer, who became the first teenager ever to score 25 goals in Germany’s top flight recently.
And Hargreaves hopes Frank Lampard will be given the funds to complete the nine-figure transfer, telling the Daily Express website: “Sancho’s performance was like that of Neymar in its early years.
“Completely detached. He could not be defended. Get your cheque books out
“Someone has to commit this boy because he is very special.
“He always sounds the alarm. He is in the right place at the right time. It may be that he is only 19, but he is a merciless finisher.
“The players they have are still young, but they will soon be the best in the world.”
Chelsea are set to complete the £23million signing of Matias Vecino in the summer transfer window.
Now look, we have been linked with all sorts of players over the past few months since the arrival of Frank Lampard, and fans were left frustrated during the January transfer window after the club FAILED TO GET ANY deals done that would help improve the side.
But with the summer transfer window just a few months away, it could turn out to be a very exciting summer for everyone associated with the club we have have already completed the £36 million signing of Hakim Ziyech from Ajax, and are on the look-out for their next signing.[the_ad id=”164″]
Now we are already working on getting plenty of deals done for when the window re-opens in the summer, and according to the Sunday Express, Inter Milan midfielder Vecino is high on the list after another impressive season in the Seria A
Reports have gone on to claim that Inter boss Antonio Conte is willing to let the Uruguayan go in order to help fund his own summer business, and will allow us to complete a deal for a bargain £23 million.
Former Ajax ace Andy van der Meyde has questioned Hakin Ziyech’s £36.6 million Chelsea move by claiming the Blues aren’t a top team.
Chelsea surprised many people over the past week and beat the likes of Manchester United to the signing of Ziyech in a deal worth £37 million, as the impressive winger will arrive when the summer transfer window opens up at the end of the season.
Ziyech has made a real name for himself with the Dutch giants and has confirmed himself as one of the very best wingers in Europe right now, and was linked with a move to Chelsea last summer, but the high price tag but off the London based club and they have waited until his price tag lowered just a bit.Ziyech had an amazing season last year for the Dutch Champions and netted and helped Ajax reclaim their Dutch title, while also reaching the Champions League semi-finals, only to lose to a Tottenham side that was in form.
He also netted 16 goals and added a further 13 assists in 29-League games for Ajax and will come into the Chelsea side to add some much needed creativity to Lampards side, but Van Der Meyde has questioned why Ziyech has made the move to Chelsea.
He told VTBL: “It’s time for him to leave. Hakim is ready, he has to take the next step. The Eredivise is a training party for Ziyech. It makes sense that he looking for a new team. You need that as a top athlete.
“I just didn’t expect him to go to Chelsea. I don’t think it’s a top team nor a stable club. I would have expected Bayern Munich or someone of that size.
“Of course, it could be that the hierarchy below Liverpool changes if Manchester City are really punished [by UEFA] and maybe Chelsea will benefit from it and they will play for the top trophies, but then again, if they play, I don’t think: ‘Wow, I’ll stay at home and watch.’”