According to daily mails, Chelsea have reported indicated interest in securing the services of palmeiras playmaker Gabriel Menino when the summer transfer window will be reopened.
Menino has scored 4 goals and provided 7 assists in 63 games for his Brazilian team since he made his debut back in January last year.
The report further stated that Chelsea was rumoured with the 20-year-old midfielder, however Chelsea are easy to reignite move to bring him back to the team in the nearest future.
According to the sun, Juventus and tottenham have also indicated interest, hence Chelsea will face alot of battle in securing the services of the playmaker.
Gabriel Menino's contract with the club will terminate in 2024, placing the palmeiras in good position when it comes to any potential talk with interested parties.
However,In other news it was reported that Chelsea has ramped up their interest in securing the services of Bayern Munich defender Niklas as part of their plan to strengthen their defense line ahead of next season.
In your opinion, do you think Menino is the right player to handle Chelsea midfield line effectively??
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