Manchester City reportedly made a £67M offer for a defender. Chelsea wants to sign as well.

According to reports, Manchester City is also interested in Josko Gvardiol, who is a target for Chelsea.

According to Bild, RB Leipzig rejected the Champions’ £67 million approach, but the Blues are still debating making a counteroffer.

Following his breakout season at the top of the game, the Bundesliga club is said to view the 20-year-old as untouchable.
Despite his youth, he has proven to major European teams that he is ready for the big time now with his remarkable performances, notably in the Europa League.

In their frantic search to add a center-back before the season begins, the Blues have shown particular interest in a deal for the Croatian.

But according to BILD, they are now up against direct rivalry for Gvardiol, with City putting in the first formal offer for the young defender.

There is competition for Gvardiol at Chelsea.
Timo Werner’s potential return to the Bundesliga is something Chelsea is expected to discuss with Leipzig.

The 20-year-20-year-old old’s German manager Todd Boehly is apparently interested in putting up a swap deal for him as the German attempts to revitalize his career before this winter’s World Cup.

After missing out on a number of targets earlier this summer, the transaction would allow the Blues to finally bolster their roster beyond the acquisition of Kalidou Koulibaly.

Jules Kounde is the one the team is notably trying to surpass after Barcelona won the agreement in the waning seconds.

Wesley Fofana’s future is being viewed by Leicester City similarly to how Leipzig see Gvardiol, therefore the club may also opt to move for him.

The Frenchman, who is only 21 years old but has experience playing in the Premier League, may be seen by the Blues as the safer investment because both agreements would likely rank as their second-highest transactions of all time.

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