Chelsea FC Could Get The Chance To Sign Outstanding £68million French Centre Back.
By Marayanatha | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 6 views
According to a trusted transfer outlet, Chelsea FC could capitalize on the chance to sign Sevilla centre back Jules Kounde. Although, it has bee reported that Manchester United are interested in landing the player and their are the leading club for the center back.
In a short while the French international have been in Sevilla he has made a name for himself, and this only has encourage European giants to keep an eye on his development.
However, according to the report, Manchester United are front runners to sign the French man, but are unwilling to meet his huge money transfer fee of £68million. This has left other clubs to make inquires about him.
While Manchester United are looking desperately for Harry Maguire partnership, Chelsea are also keen on landing a young central defender.
Thiago is 36 and will not last long in the London club, also with the new manager promised funds to make his signing, Jules Kounde could be the right man for the Stamford Bridge outfit.
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