Chelsea could announce the signing of highly-rated Brazilian midfielder in summer.
By SportView | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 2492 views
Chelsea drew their last EPL match, after playing 0:0 draw with Leeds United on Sunday, making it Chelsea's ninth draw during this ongoing 2020/21 EPL campaign.
Jorginho may likely exit Stamford Bridge this summer, as he has been linked with a move to Napoli recently, therefore, Chelsea FC needs a new midfielder in summer in order to add depth to their midfield line.
This situation has made Chelsea to be keen on signing young talented Brazilian midfielder into their squad when summer transfer window re-opens.
Chelsea are eyeing up move for young talented Brazilian and Palmeiras midfielder prior to summer, a report says.
The Brazilian starlet has played 3 league matches for Palmeiras this season, and he is yet to score a goal and create an assist.
The Brazilian has a release clause worth €14million currently, as revealed by transfermrkt, therefore, Thomas Tuchel's side needs to trigger Gabriel Menino's €14million release clause to secure him in summer.
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