The UEFA Champions League winners remain in talks to sign Archaf Hakimi from Inter Milan and the Blues are open to the idea of including a player in the deal as a sweetener. It is understood that Chelsea added Emerson in their first bid after matching Paris Saint-Germain's offer for the Moroccan International
Football insider Pete O'Rourke have delivered further information on a potential deal that will excite Chelsea fans.
The former football journalist strongly believes that Chelsea will soon confirm the signing of Hakimi, that it's just a matter of time before the deal will be a done deal.
According to reports from Italy, Inter Milan could soon accept Chelsea’s latest proposal that involves Marcos Alonso going to Milan with a sum of cash in exchange for the vetran Left Back.
If these Reports are to be believed and everything signals that Chelsea will make a breakthrough to sign Achraf Hakimi, then he could become the first summer arrival Marina will land at Stamford Bridge
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