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Club is “working hard” to sign a Chelsea player – “fierce competition” from elsewhere

Foot Mercato, a French publication, has today reported on AS Monaco’s efforts to sign Malang Sarr away from Chelsea.

According to the report, the Ligue 1 team is “at present working very hard” to sign the Blues defender.

According to the report, Sarr is now closer to Monaco, who has been in talks with Chelsea for a loan with an option to purchase, amid ‘fierce opposition’ from Fulham.

The source doesn’t provide any other information on the topic, like how much this provision would cost or whether Craven Cottage are also asking for a loan.
Journalist Santi Aouna claims on Twitter that Fulham had actually “made a bid” to lure the player away from Stamford Bridge and that Monaco’s pursuit of the player is “deemed to be on track.”

The defender, who joined the Blues on a free transfer from Nice in 2020, was initially loaned to Porto for the 2020–21 campaign. In the 202–22 campaign with the Blues, he only made 21 appearances, eight of which were in the Premier League.
A French newspaper, Foot Mercato, has today’s scoop on AS Monaco’s attempts to snag Malang Sarr from Chelsea.

The Ligue 1 squad is reportedly “at the moment trying very hard” to sign the Blues defender.

Sarr is now closer to Monaco, who has been in discussions with Chelsea for a loan with an option to buy, despite ‘fierce opposition’ from Fulham, the source claims.

The source doesn’t offer any other details on the subject, such as the price tag associated with this service or whether Craven Cottage is also seeking a loan.
On Twitter, journalist Santi Aouna asserts that Monaco’s pursuit of the player is “deemed to be on track” and that Fulham had really “made a bid” to entice the player away from Stamford Bridge.

The defender was initially loaned to Porto for the 2020–21 season after joining the Blues on a free transfer from Nice in 2020. He only made 21 appearances during his time with the Blues in the 2012–13 season, eight of which were in the Premier League.

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