Chelsea close to announce exit £100,000 per week player
By jude6lack | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 9997 views
Chelsea have just marked two new players this mid-year, Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner. In any case, there are likewise expected to be some really prominent players leaving the club.
Left-back Marcos Alonso has been verifiably connected to joining Inter Milan soon, as The Daily Mail detailed as of late.
Be that as it may, there is another club joining the rundown of likely admirers to sign the left-back – that is La Liga side, Sevilla, as per a report from Estadio Deportivo.
Alonso looks set to leave Chelsea this late spring as The Blues eye up substitutions.
An arrival to his country in Spain would likely be a significant engaging possibility for the previous Spanish global.
Having been at Chelsea for a long time at this point, the 29-year old will be taking a gander at his next club as someplace he would hope to settle down as his vocation begins to slow up. He currently earns £100,000 per week.
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