Chelsea's transferee, Mathis de Rigut, is reported to have put a hold on negotiations to join the club in order to wait for a bid from Bavarian Munich.
Dutchhelp Chelseamake up for the loss of ball play with the central half of the empireAntonio Ordigerthis summer. I wantfor. DefenderAndrea Scristensen, both left for free.
The 22-year-old was associated with leaving Juventus this summer after the appearance of, wheresubmitted a transfer request.
Chelsea is a leading candidate to complete a deal with a former Ajax star, previously either£ 34 million plus either Timo Werner or Christian Pulisic. was denied.
However, as reported byChristian Falk, De Ligt decides to put the negotiations with The Blues on hold to allow Bayern to reach an agreement. Did.
This is a continuation of the previous £ 68 million offer and, according toLa Gazzetta dello Sport, is a price that is consistent with Bavarian's next bid.
Nonetheless, the club is somewhat shy about the £ 85 million it wants defenders to have. Although it is believed that a price of £ 76.5 million is sufficient to complete the transaction.
Bavarian was busy closing the deal this summer, bringing in Ajax star Ryan Gravenberch andLiverpoolforwardSadioMane.
But so far, the Bavarian windows have been overshadowed by the well-documented feelings ofRobert Trewandowskiwho want to leave the club.
On the other hand, Chelsea has a much slower window start.
New owner Todd Bailey was forced to take on the role of interim director of football afterBruceback President and transfer leader Marina Granovskyaleft. ..
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£ 100 million flopsRomeruLukakuis already I have secured a loan I will return to Inter Milan, but if proper bids are made, many other stars could be set on the exit door.
Acquisition plans have accelerated in recent weeks, with a £ 50 million transfer of Manchester City and England starsRaheemSterlingon personal termsThere is news of the agreement.
ButMan UnitedStarChristian Noronaudcould still seal the move toStanford Bridge. Even this can be blown out of the waterdue to his misfortune at Old Traford.
Last season, the 37-year-old scored 24 goals, but was unable to return the team that experienced the worst campaign in history to theChampions League.
SunSport reported last nightthat Red Devils had resigned from losing Starman in this window.