Chelsea could announce the signing of £175,000-a-week world class Real Madrid defensive target
By Munique | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 2138 views
Chelsea have returned back to their winning ways having been able to win their last two matches, with the latest win coming during their Premier League clash against Sheffield United.
The West London club are now reportedly planning a summer to improve their defence, and have identified 28 years old Bayern Munich defender, who is also been linked with a move to Real Madrid as a potential transfer target.
Chelsea could announce the signing of the 28 years old world class defender in the summer, according to the Sun.
The 28 years old world class defender, who pockets £175,000-a-week wages, has been heavily linked with Real Madrid since the past months, as they viewed the 28 years old world class defender as an ideal replacement for Sergio Ramos should he exit the club in summer.
Chelsea having identified the 28 years old defender as a transfer target, could announce the signing of the £175,000-a-week world class defender, who is linked with a move to Real Madrid, according to the Sun.
The 28 years old Real Madrid defensive target David Alaba, has been able to play all games for Bayern Munich during this campaign.
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