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Chelsea Set To Battle Two Champions League Giant For This Colossal Player.

Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea are totally keen on signing Matthijs de Ligt, who could leave Serie A Giants Juventus next summer.

As per a report by a reliable Spanish outlet Matthijs de Ligt is set to become probably the most attractive property in the transfer market following Mino Raiola's new remarks. The 22-year-old Juventus center back is currently being sought after by Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea.

Matthijs de Ligt joined Juventus from Ajax in the mid year of 2019 after a splendid spell with the Dutch giant. One of the most encouraging defender of his age, the Dutch international was additionally the club captain for Ajax while still in his teenage. At Juventus, however, it has not been going great for the player.

Until this point in time, de Ligt has played for Juventus, contributing with five goals and two assists so far. Notwithstanding, his future at the Allianz Stadium is unsure after recent remarks by his representative Mino. Furthermore,the situation has aroused the curiosity of some of the biggest clubs in Europe like Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea.

Barcelona are probably going to enter the transfer market for a center back next summer in the midst of vulnerability encompassing Clement Lenglet and Samuel Umtiti, both of whom have frustrated with their inconsistent performance as well as fitness. Accordingly, Barcelona have been searching around for a center back, with de Ligt being one of the players on their radar.

In the mean time, Chelsea had been enthused about signing a defender in the mid year, with Jules Kounde being their target. Nonetheless, the Blues couldn't agree terms with Sevilla over an arrangement, with a move for Kounde being put off till the January window. Nonetheless, de Ligt is additionally a choice viable at Chelsea

It is as yet uncertain whether Juventus will fight hard to keep hold of de Ligt. Having said that, a transfer battle is by all accounts setting up for the signature of the 22-year-old, with a possibility that he leaves the Serie A heavyweights, with Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea all interested in him.

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