Chelsea Very Interested in Signing – Chiefs Assume Player Will Leave Club in Summer
By Abikenews | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1773 views
Chelsea ‘very interested’ in signing – Chiefs assume player ‘will leave’ club in summer - Sport Witness
According to recent report Chelsea has rekindle their interest to bring Dortmund Jadon Sancho to Stamford Bridge.
According to Sport1, Chelsea are very interested in the England international this Summer.
Dortmund asking price for the Playmaker last summer was £120 million pounds but no club was able to meet the asking price. His asking price has been lower to £88 million by Dortmund and they are willing to sell the player to any club that is able to meet the asking price.
Manchester United are long time admirer and Chelsea are also keen to sign the England international with Dortmund boss opening the door for Sancho sale. His exit would help the club covered for the loss they have suffered financially due to the Corona Virus pandemic.
He has played 17 matches in the Bundesliga this campaign and Scored just 3 goals and 7 assists
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