Chelsea: £141.3m trio now 'desperate' to leave Stamford Bridge | OneFootball
Chelsea: £141.3m trio now 'desperate' to leave Stamford Bridge
The three players, who cost £141.3m, have all been linked away from the club as the squad revamp continues following Todd Boehly’s takeover.
What’s the latest news involving Chelsea?
It’s been a frustrating start to the Boehly-era, with the American only able to sign two players, while Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen have left on free transfers and Romelu Lukaku has returned to Inter Milan on loan.
Chelsea are hoping to complete further business before September’s deadline, with the Blues in talks over deals for Brighton ace Marc Cucurella and Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong after hijacking Manchester United’s deal.
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But the capital club also need to offload players ahead of the window closing and Phillips reckons that Ziyech, Werner and Pulisic, who’ve all struggled for consistency since moving to the Premier League, are three that really want to leave.
What did Phillips say about Pulisic, Ziyech and Werner?
He told GIVEMESPORT: “I’m pretty sure that Tuchel isn’t going to want Ziyech, Werner and Pulisic to leave, but they all want to go. In fact, I was told they’re all desperate to go.
“So, they’ve got a problem there when you’ve got that amount of players in the squad who all want to leave, but Tuchel can’t afford to let them go because you can’t replace them all.
“I can see Werner going, Ziyech is probably 50-50, but Pulisic will probably stay.”
Where could Pulisic, Ziyech and Werner end up?
As recently as last month, Italian outfit Calciomercato claimed that reigning Serie A champions AC Milan had reopened talks with Ziyech after their initial negotiations previously broke down.
This comes after Sky Italia revealed that the ex-Ajax star had handed in a transfer request following his frustrations over a lack of game-time.
Meanwhile, Sky in Germany believe that Leipzig are growing ‘increasingly confident’ of striking a deal to bring Werner back to the Bundesliga after his difficult two seasons with Chelsea.
The report adds that talks are currently at ‘full speed’ and while it’s unclear whether it’ll be a loan or permanent deal, Werner is keen on making the switch back to the Red Bull Arena.
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