Good morning Chelsea fans
Chelsea might force Manchester United to pay £58million if they want Christian Pulisic.
The Blues reportedly want the the full fee they paid Borussia Dortmund for the USA star, now 23, four years ago.
Elsewhere, Chelsea ace Callum Hudson-Odoi is set for a loan exit this month with Newcastle interested.
But the Blues will block any chances of the deal being made permanent next summer.
According to the Standard, new owner Todd Boehly has “pleaded” with Hudson-Odoi not to push for a permanent exit.
Meanwhile, Wesley Fofana has not told Leicester City he wants to leave the club.
The Blues have reportedly hashed out personal terms with Fofana.
But Foxes boss Rodgers claims Fofana hasn’t declared he wants to leave.
He said, via Fabrizio Romano: “Wesley Fofana has not submitted a transfer request.”
In other news, Chelsea are reportedly willing to offer Everton Billy Gilmour and Michy Batshuayi along with cash for Anthony Gordon.
The Blues have had two offers for Gordon rejected by Everton.
However, they’re hoping the Toffees will be lured into selling Gordon by adding the out-of-favour duo into the proposal, according to Football Insider.
Finally, Chelsea are reportedly open to letting Trevor Chalobah leave on loan this summer.
The Blues have made a number of defensive signings in this transfer window.
Leaving Chalobah’s chances of first-team football looking slim next season.
A slew of clubs are interested in the youngster, but the Blues won’t let him leave on a permanent basis, according to The Athletic.
Source: The Sun