Today's transfer news for Chelsea, Liverpool and Real Madrid
By CertifiedSports | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 1806 views
Here is today's transfer news for Chelsea FC and other outfits as at 3pm.
The FC Bayern Munich and German sensational central defender, Nicklas Süle is among David Alaba and Dayot Upamecano on the list of transfer targets that the English Premier League side, Chelsea FC have for the summer according to the latest report from FC Bayern.
The Italian Serie A side, Cagliari have successfully completed the signing of former Inter Milan and Juventus sensational defender, Kwadwo Asamoah in a free transfer until the end of the campaign, according to the latest update.
The Spanish Laliga side, Real Madrid have confirmed that the Belgian sensational attacker, Eden Hazard has suffered a muscle injury and is expected to be out for four weeks, according to the latest update.
The English Premier League side, Liverpool FC have lost consecutive home league matches for the first time since 2012, as per the latest report.
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