Chelsea could announce signing of new left back valued at €30m
By Sportsnow... | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 9878 views
Having just tended to his right-wing and striker issues with the acquisitions of Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner individually, Frank Lampard is presently concentrating on the left-back situation at Chelsea.
Neither Marcos Alonso or Emerson Palmieri seems to have completely persuaded the Stamford Bridge legend during his first season in charge of the London club, and changes are normal.
The pair have been connected with moves away to both Spain and Italy, hence proposing Chelsea would be available to an exchange.
This implies a substitution would need to come in, and Kicker in Germany report the Blues have just discovered him: Robin Gosens, right now at Atalanta in Italy.
The German has dazzled enormously with the energizing Serie A side, which has gotten the attention of numerous clubs around Europe, including Chelsea.
Kicker express a charge of €30m would be sufficient to see him leave, and both Inter and Juventus prepared to put that forward for his administrations.
This implies Frank Lampard, who has put Gosens 'at the head of the rundown', should attempt to surpass the two Italian clubs.
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