“He’s my number one target’ Chelsea make it a priority to sign ‘fantastic’ player before the window shuts

“He’s my number one target’ Chelsea make it a priority to sign ‘fantastic’ player before the window shuts

According to reports, Chelsea’s top priority to capture before the summer transfer window ends on September 1 is Leicester City defender Wesley Fofana.

The Blues want to buy the 21-year-old center defender from their Premier League opponents in this window, according to CBS journalist Ben Jacobs on Twitter.

It is said that a £70 million offer is now on the table, although Thomas Tuchel’s team would be willing to raise it if it is rejected.
According to rumors, Chelsea is ready to meet Leicester’s £85 million asking price for Fofana if necessary.
See whether they can reach an agreement with ferocious rivals Leicester.
Chelsea’s first priority is Fofana.
The London club seems to be eager to close this deal and is prepared to spend a lot of money to get their guy.

Based on his brief career so far, Leicester’s kid has the potential to become an outstanding center-back, so you can understand the urge to purchase him.

However, if they approve the transfer of Fofana, Leicester’s backline would be far more exposed in the next campaign. They have shown throughout the years that they are savvy when it comes to getting the most out of their player sales.
Ambition is a virtue.
Some individuals are criticising Chelsea’s hiring decisions this summer, claiming they were made in a very haphazard manner without giving it any consideration.

However, the new ownership has already made significant investments to sign some extremely outstanding football players. Carney Chukwuemeka, Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Marc Cucurella are all newcomers to the current playing group.

But you have to admit that hiring Fofana would be a well-thought-out move.

Let’s hope the Leicester player, who Frank Leboeuf called “absolutely amazing,” joins Chelsea at the end of the month.

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