Chelsea could complete a deal for former Bayer Leverkusen player for free this summer.
By SportView | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 16 views
Chelsea have eight matches left to round up 2020/21 EPL campaign, and they are currently placed at the fifth position of EPL standing table with 51 points.
Chelsea want to strengthen their midfield department in summer, as they have shown interest in some quality midfielders lately.
However, the Blues have shortlisted former Bayer Leverkusen's midfielder into their transfer wishlist, as a report claims, Chelsea are considering summer move for highly-rated AC Milan midfielder ahead of summer transfer window.
Thomas Tuchel's side could complete the signing of the AC Milan player without paying a transfer fee, considering the fact that the AC Milan player has less than four months left on his contract deal at San Siro and a new deal is yet to be agreed upon.
The former Bayer Leverkusen's midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu, will be a boost to Chelsea's squad if the Blues could secure him in summer, given the fact that he is versatile on the pitch, having the ability to play as an attacking midfielder, left winger and central-midfielder.
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