Chelsea could complete a deal for highly-rated Real Madrid attacker in summer for free.
By Vick1014 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 10635 views
Chelsea signed a couple of attackers in the last summer transfer window that ended in October 2020, and they appears to be interested in bolstering their attacking department when summer transfer window opens, as they have been linked with some attackers lately.
Meanwhile, the Blues could announce the signing of highly-rated Real Madrid player when summer transfer window opens without paying a transfer fee, as the Spanish player has refused to extend his contract deal at Santiago Bernabéu that is expected to terminate at the end of June.
A report claims, 29-year old Spaniard has rejected Real Madrid's offer of a new three-year deal.
This situation serves as a boost for Chelsea FC, as the Spanish player will be available for free at the end of the season.Therefore, it is left to be seen whether the Blues will secure him in summer.
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