Chelsea submit very good offer for defender, Italian announces Chelsea deal close to announcement, Chelsea target tells Madrid he wants move, Blues edge closer to Allegri deal
Chelsea target Martin Odegaard has reportedly put Premier League clubs on red alert after telling Real Madrid he wants to leave.
The Norwegian ace is furious over his lack of minutes this term despite starring on loan at Real Sociedad last term, and he is fed up of having to sit on the bench ever week
And Spanish publication Marca have claimed Odegaard has told Zinedine Zidane he wants to leave the Bernabeu as soon as possible, and the reports suggests that could spark an epic transfer battle between England’s top clubs for one of world football’s top-rated playmakers.
We were heavily linked with a move for the young man well before he signed for Madrid a few years ago, and have been keeping a close eye on his situation at the Spanish giants, although their interest in the player has wavered over the past few transfer windows.
If the reports are true and Odegaard has told Madrid that he wants to leave the club, then why not make the move to the Premier League, there is alot of interest in the man. So even though the club are linked, it would be a shock to see them make a move with all the talent they have in that area of the pitch.
But as we said, there are a number of clubs that are also interested and they will surely be put on alert, as they probably believe that they can be the club to help the talented midfielder reach his true potential in the game
Fikayo Tomori’s loan move to AC Milan is set to be confirmed this week, Chelsea fans have been told
Tomori is a talent that was expected to be a massive part of the plans this season, but the fact he has fallen down the pecking order at the club and not really been given a chance, he sought a move away from the club
And that alerted Italian giants AC Milan, who have been massive fans of the young man for a while now and have decided to make a loan move till the end of the season, with an option to make the transfer permanent for £27million.
And transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has claimed that the defender will indeed fly to Italy this week to complete his loan move to the Italian Giants, he Tweeted: “The ‘new chance’ becomes a done deal, confirmed. AC Milan have reached an agreement with Chelsea for Fikayo Tomori, last details set to be sorted: here we go! 🔵🤝
“Loan with buy option around €30m. He’ll fly to Milano this week – medicals pending. #ACMilan #CFC https://t.co/4FDzDY7uh3
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 19, 2021
Roman Abramovic has already contacted Max Allegri about a role at Chelsea, and after the club lost to Leicester City, Frank Lampard is closing in on getting sacked.
Despite some good performances from the club this season, Frank Lampard has seen his job come under intense pressure over the past few months, as he simply cannot get the results that Abramovic would like, and Allegri is a manager that he is reportedly keen on.
Allegri left Juventus just a few seasons ago after leading the club to his fifth straight Seria A title, and has reportedly set his sights on making the move to the Premier League, with some reports even claiming that he is already learning English.
Recent reports have claimed claimed that Abramovic has started planning for life after Lampard and has already made contact with Allegri about a move to the Bridge, although the report also suggested that he will give Lampard some time before ousting the club legend. But after spending that massive amount of money in the summer, and after seeing the side lose again in midweek to Leicester City, and after seeing the club fall nine points behind the leaders, the Russian is reportedly closing in on a deal for the Italian.
Chelsea have submitted a very good offer to try and secure a deal for David Alaba
Since making his first-team debut under Louis van Gaal in 2010, Alaba has gone on to make almost 400 appearances for the club in all competitions, and in that time, he has won nine Bundesliga titles, five DFB-Pokals and the Champions League.
However, there is big speculation in the media that he is not happy with the current contract offer that has been placed on the table, and is now considering his options this transfer window.
Bayern had hoped that their latest contract offer would tempt Alaba into signing a new deal and staying at the club, but that has not happened and the speculation about where he could end up continues to rumble on. Real Madrid appear to be frontrunners to sign Alaba, however, German publication Kicker says that We have made a very good offer too.
Alaba is one of the very best left-backs in the game right now so the fact that we could land him for nothing next summer is chance that Frank Lampard cannot miss out on, he needs someone like Alaba in the side.
If the reports are true and we have made an offer to bring the player to the club, i am hoping that he agrees to come to the Premier League as it would be a true test of his world class status.