Final offer to star player, Chelsea target

The history of Chelsea and Ousmane Dembele’s relationship is well known.

Although the France international’s contract with Barcelona has expired and he has shown interest in other teams, namely Chelsea, he has not yet made a decision about his future.

Chelsea’s interest in the 25-year-old, who is now a free agent after his contract with Barcelona expired, has decreased.

Since late last year, the Frenchman’s agents have been in negotiations with Barça about a new contract even though he is currently technically without a club.

Although the La Liga heavyweights have made it obvious they want to retain Dembele, Barcelona isn’t willing to spend a fortune to do so.

Joan Laporta, president of Barcelona, has made it plain that the team has made Dembele the last offer and won’t make any more concessions.

According to remarks from club president Joan Laporta quoted by Mundo Deportivo, Dembélé is no longer a player for Barça, but the problem is financial. Dembélé will remain at Barça if he agrees to our terms.

Dembele has received a final offer from Chelsea, and the player is reportedly unhappy with the terms of the deal.

After having coached the winger at Dortmund, Blues manager Thomas Tuchel is said to have made him a top priority.

Dembele, for his part, is aware of Chelsea’s interest but has turned down their offer of a contract.

Meanwhile, Ousmane Dembele, a target of Chelsea, has been dubbed an unreliable player by former Chelsea defender Frank Leboeuf.

“Dembele… the inconsistent nature of his play,” he said on talkSPORT.

Of course, there is potential, but what we really want to see is consistency.

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