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Chelsea’s Eduardo Camavinga mistake highlights urgency for Thomas Tuchel’s midfield request
What a brilliant player Eduardo Camavinga is. The 19-year-old is an absolute delight to watch. His talent was never in question when he moved to Real Madrid last summer. The question always was, is Madrid the right move for him at this time in his career. He will be entering a Champions League final, playing a crucial role in Carlo Ancelotti’s squad.
Many fans could probably imagine him in their own teams. Chelsea fans, in particular, could use a dynamic, versatile player like him in midfield. Well, they actually had their chance to sign him last season. Thomas Tuchel reportedly wanted this move to happen himself, but the blues fell short for one reason or the other. They mustn’t let this happen again.
The maturity and intelligence showcased by Camavinga is probably the reason why Tuchel wanted him in the first place. In his last year at PSG, the German stated that he would like to have the young French international in his team.
«Would I like to have him on my team? Yes, of course,» Tuchel laughed. «But I can’t talk about other players who are not from my team. He’s one of the best players in Ligue 1. He’s a great player, very strong, with a great future.»
Get French Football News confirms that Tuchel was still interested in the young midfielder when he moved to Chelsea. They reported that Chelsea was indeed in contact with Camavinga’s agent.
There aren’t many footballers that would turn down the chance to play for the great Real Madrid. Their European heritage is something that young footballers dream of being a part of someday. It was no surprise that he had chosen the Los Blancos over the Blues in the end. I can only wonder what if Chelsea had acted fast enough. Would this world-class wonderkid have helped us over the line instead?
The land of ‘what if’ is not a nice place. This summer window, Chelsea mustn’t make this mistake again. Another French midfielder prophesied to take the football world by storm is Aurélien Tchouaméni. This time around, Real Madrid will not be able to get involved. It has been reported that Ancelotti’s side has been put off by the £60 million asking price desired by AS Monaco. Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool remain in the race for his signature.
The Blues should have the upper hand in this instance. They have been following Tchouaméni for well over a year now in the hopes of revamping their midfield options. Unfortunately, the only thing holding them back is the certainty of new ownership. Without the announcement of a new owner, there’s not much that Marina Granovskaia and her team of negotiators can do. Chelsea cannot lose out on yet another generational talent.
MARCA reports that Tchouaméni has been eyed by Tuchel for a while. The Chelsea boss wants to acquire his signature at all costs.
If we get this across the line, we could be looking at building another team to reach another Champions League final in the next couple of years.
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Chelsea engaged in battle with several PL rivals for£30m Ligue 1 sensation
According to GOAL (h/t The Sun), Chelsea have entered the transfer race to rival Manchester United for the services of Reims starlet Hugo Ekitike. He is one of the highly-rated prospects in Ligue 1 at this moment, which has seen him added to some of the top European clubs’ radars.
The Blues are eager to get their hands on Ekitike as they look to bolster their attack for the long term. They will need to deal with Man United, who are keen to finalise a move for the attacker as well. Liverpool are also claimed to be pursuing his signature, adding to the list of competitors.
The French side will not budge when it comes to their stance on the 19-year-old. The Ligue club would want a transfer fee in the region of £30million to facilitate a move. They had rejected a £29million offer back in the January transfer window, indicating the stern challenge that awaits the interested parties.
The Frenchman has been out with a hamstring injury for quite some time, but he did enjoy a solid campaign so far before picking up the setback. After all, ten goals and four assists from 24 matches is a great return indeed for someone who is still learning his trade in the top flight.
It is not surprising to see the West London side look for a different route when it comes to strengthening their attack. Our frontline is arguably the weakest part of the team at this moment, and signing superstars has not given us the return that we needed.
Hence, it is understandable why Thomas Tuchel’s side are looking at feasible options like Ekitike, who still has the potential to reach newer heights. He has excelled playing as a striker and as a left inside-forward which certainly suits the German’s flexible style of play in attack.
However, prising the Ligue 1 prospect would not be easy considering how we need to deal with the Red Devils and Jurgen Klopp’s side. What’s more, The Shields Gazette (h/t The Sun) also adds that Newcastle United could pose a threat in our efforts to sign the player this summer.
The Magpies tried their best to sign the French forward in the winter transfer window but failed in the attempt. Amidst the heightened demand, the current price tag seems reasonable for someone who is likely a future superstar in the making. Whether Stamford Bridge will be his next destination or not remains to be seen.
Chelsea eyeing move for highly-rated Ligue 1 attacker
Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United have entered the hunt to sign Hugo Ekitike from the Ligue 1 side Reims and have sent scouts to monitor the highly-rated French forward, according to 90min.
He began his career at Cormontreuil before joining Les rouges et blancs youth setup in 2013.
Hugo did not break into the senior team until the start of this term, having spent the last season on loan at the Danish Superliga side Vejle Boldklub, where the player made quite the impression and netted three times in 11 outings.
However, the 19-year-old sensation’s real burst to prominence has come at Stade Auguste Delaune this season.
Ekitike has been one of the rising stars in the top-flight, notching up nine goals from 19 division games. No Under-20 player has netted more goals in the top five European leagues this campaign.
The youngster already being tracked by a couple of Premier League clubs, including the Blues, the Reds and the Red Devils.
Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel could surely do with another number nine in the ranks, givne that not one player in the German’s team has reached double figures yet in the goal area.
Club-record signing Romelu Lukaku has failed to live up to the expectations thus far in his second stint at Stamford Bridge, largely because of injury issues and a lack of confidence.
So it makes sense that the capital outfit are keeping a close eye on a future talent like Ekitike.
Update On The Future Of This Ligue 1 Midfielder Amid Chelsea Interest: Should Tuchel Move In
In a recent report, Marca offered an update on the future of Monaco midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni amid interest from Chelsea recently. It is understood that the French club are demanding a fee between Є80m to Є100m for their prized asset with the Blues facing stiff competition from Real Madrid, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain in pursuit of the player.
The Rouen-born youngster is having an impressive campaign at Monaco as he has been responsible for putting in a series of dominant performances at the centre of Philippe Clement’s midfield. Tchouameni has found the back of the net twice and earned one assist in 31 appearances for the French outfit this season across all competitions.
The Rouen-born talent deserves a lot of credit for averaging 2.7 tackles, 2.7 interceptions, 0.7 clearances, 1.5 shots and 1.1 dribbles per 90 minutes in Ligue 1 and the UEFA Europa League. He has even been tidy when interchanging possession with his teammates after making 86.6% of his attempted passes in both those competitions (stats via whoscored).
Tchouameni loves a tackle and can get stuck in with some solid challenges to win the ball back for his team. He doesn’t mind putting his foot through the ball when required and can anchor the midfield with conviction. The French whizkid is a powerful striker of the ball as well and can engineer a few promising chances for others around him.
The Monaco prospect is currently playing some of the best football of his young career. At 22, we can expect Tchouameni to only get better with each season.
Therefore, Chelsea should consider moving in for the French talent in the summer. However, it won’t be an easy deal for the Blues to get over the line based on Monaco’s price demands
Tchouameni will add more bite and steel to Tuchel’s midfield and could go on to become a future star at Stamford Bridge if the West London giants can devise a way to get him on board at the end of this campaign.
Chelsea have reportedly registered an interest in signing Clermont Foot striker Mohamed Bayo, who is also a transfer for Brighton & Hove Albion.
According to a report from Calciomercato, Chelsea have joined fellow Premier League club Brighton & Hove Albion in the race to sign Guinean striker Mohamed Bayo from Ligue 1 side Clermont Foot.
Having come through the youth ranks at the club, Bayo made his first-team debut back in 2017 at the age of 19. He had an eighteen-month loan spell with outfit USL Dunkerque between January 2019 and June 2020, during which he plundered 16 goals and six assists from 36 games.
Upon returning, Bayo has become a regular in the starting XI for Clermont Foot. To date, the 23-year-old has featured 57 times for the French club in all competitions, scoring 28 goals and setting up nine more. The striker broke into the Guinean national team in March earlier this year and has two goals in five games.
Transfer News: Chelsea frontrunners in the race for £50m Ligue 1 midfield talent
According to Spanish newspaper Sport [Print Edition] via Sport Witness (h/t The Sun), Chelsea are in pole position to secure the signature of PSG target Aurelien Tchouameni ahead of the summer transfer window. He has certainly made a name for himself during his stint with AS Monaco in recent months.
As a rising superstar, Tchouameni has been courted by several top European clubs as a result of his consistent performances in the centre of the pitch. Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are keeping tabs on him alongside the Blues. However, the West Londoners are apparently the favourites to secure his services at this point.
It is claimed that the Frenchman is currently valued in the region of £50million right now. That arguably seems to be a fairly reasonable price for a man of his talent and potential. Considering we have dished out way higher transfer fees to land players such as Romelu Lukaku and Kepa Arrizabalaga, Tchouameni is a player worth taking a risk on.
Aurelien Tchouameni also has interest from Real Madrid, PSG and Man United.
The 22-year-old is one of the best midfield prospects in world football right now, and bringing him to Stamford Bridge would be a major statement from our side. As such, the West Londoners must use this lead to their best and prise him away before the competition does in the future.
A player like the Ligue 1 ace could potentially become a necessity in our midfield in the months to come. That is because Jorginho has been heavily linked with a move to Juventus, with his agent also confirming their interest. Hence we must safeguard our interests by looking at suitable targets as a safety net in the event that we lose our prized Italian asset.
Even if Jorginho stays, he and N’Golo Kante have entered their 30s and would need to be replaced sometime in the future moving forward. The Frenchman, meanwhile, has struggled to perform at his best throughout this year, which was the same recently in our 3-1 loss to Real Madrid.
Injuries have also been a part of Kante’s career over the last two years or so, which means that we must prepare for a worst-case scenario. That, coupled with Saul Niguez’s potential return to parent club Atletico Madrid in the summer can lead us short of options in midfield.
Ross Barkley and Ruben Loftus-Cheek have done just okay as emergency options, but their ability to be first-team regulars here is still very much in doubt. Conor Gallagher is a shining light in that regard but signing a player like Tchouameni would surely future-proof our midfield for years to come.
Hence, it is good to know that Thomas Tuchel’s side is desperate to sign Tchouameni, having monitored his progress for months now. However, we would need to lift the sanctions that have been imposed on the club by the UK Government.
At the same time, our transfer business would also depend on the new prospective owners and the route they want to go down in the future. Let’s hope that they would realise the potential issues that could unravel up ahead and take appropriate measures to protect our interests.
Chelsea in talks to agree deal for Ligue 1 in-demand playmaker
Highly-regarded Paris Saint-Germain youngster Ismael Gharbi is out of contract in June and both Chelsea and Liverpool are among the sides interested in bringing in the player.
The 17-year-old midfielder made his professional debut for Les Parisiens this season and has spent plenty of time with the senior roster, although the teenager’s involvement has ebbed away in the latest months.
This has put his long-term future in serious doubt, particularly with his deal set to end this summer and no agreement reached yet.
Goal state that Gharbi wants to remain in Paris, but would need some assurances regarding playing time, which could be hard to come by with boss Mauricio Pochettino facing an uncertain future at the club.
The report states that the Blues and the Reds would be keen to bring Ismael to the PL, taking advantage of the current situation, although it is unlikely he’d be guaranteed a lot of senior team football at Stamford Bridge or Anfield.
He is described as an attacking midfielder, while his former boss Guillaume Serra told RMC, via Goal:
‘He is capable of playing in the middle, but also out wide where he can then drift towards goal. He has a keen sense of when faced with the goal, too.
‘But he also has a lot of room for improvement in positional play and transition phases.’
Chelsea got off to a solid start in the Champions League tournament as the reigning winner. At the stage of the group stage, the team chalked up the second place, after which, in the first playoff match, they easily dealt with the champions of France, beating Lille with a total score of 4:1.
The team performed well in the English League Cup, where, after defeating Tottenham in the semi-finals, the capital lost this title to Liverpool in a penalty shootout.
In the English Championship, Thomas Tuchel’s wards, after 29 rounds, chalked up 17 wins and eight peaceful outcomes, which brought 59 points and third place in the standings. It is impossible not to note the team’s third indicator in the Premier League in terms of the quality of attack, which differed 58 times.
After a series of successful games, which ended with a victory over Newcastle United (1:0), Chelsea lost big to Brentford (1:4) at home.
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Who is Borna Sosa? £25m star linked with Chelsea transfer amid Thomas Tuchel’s left-back worries
Chelsea continue to be linked with left wing-backs this January as Thomas Tuchel aims to strengthen the position.
The German lost his first-choice option in November when Ben Chilwell was ruled out until the end of the season as a result of a ruptured cruciate ligament.
His season-ending knee injury has left Tuchel short of options, and the Champions League holders have been looking to find cover before the transfer window closes.
The Blues had explored the possibility of signing Lucas Digne but he sealed his move from Everton to Aston Villa in a deal worth £25million earlier on in this month.
They’ve also tried to recall Emerson Palmieri to Stamford Bridge but with no such agreement in the contract with Lyon, Chelsea have found it difficult to persuade the French club to permit his return.
Now, they’re being linked with a move for Stuttgart’s Borna Sosa.
However, according to Sky Germany, via the Metro, Stuttgart are holding out for a €30million (£25.1million) transfer fee for the Croatia international, which could put Chelsea off making a move this month.
Stuttgart are also reluctant to let Sosa leave as he is a key part of their team and they are currently in a relegation battle in the Bundesliga.
Nevertheless, as the 24-year-old isn’t a household name just yet, who would Chelsea be getting if a deal were to be agreed?
Well, although Stuttgart are struggling in the league, Sosa is having a contrasting season.
With two goals and three assists in 18 appearances in what has been a poor side thus far, the Zagreb-born defender has shown his attacking capabilities, which is important in Tuchel’s set-up.
He started his senior career at Dinamo Zagreb where he made his debut in a 2-0 home win over NK Zagreb in 2015.
Over the course of four seasons in his early career at Dinamo, Sosa made 41 appearances and registered six assists for his hometown club.
He signed a five-year-deal at Stuttgart in 2017 but suffered a number of injuries in his first couple of seasons. However, he thrived in Pellegrino Matarazzo’s 3-4-2-1 system in the 2020-21 season and even earned comparisons to David Beckham, whom he named alongside David Alaba as his footballing idol.
Sosa ended that season with an impressive nine assists and has looked promising since.
He’s also a full Croatian international, although his international career began with controversy.
Although he’d represented Croatia throughout his youth career, in May 2021, it was reported that he was given German citizenship as his mother was born and raised in Berlin, a fact that he later confirmed to Croatian newspaper 24Sata.
He was expected to represent Germany at Euro 2020 but it was later announced by Oliver Bierhoff – the German FA’s technical director – that FIFA rules prevented him from playing for the Germans.
Sosa issued an apology to Croatian fans before making his debut against Russia in August, 2021.