Talking again about Saul loans


Chelsea and Atletico Madrid are again in negotiations for a mortgage deal for midfielder Saul Niguez, who’s now eager to maneuver to Stamford Bridge.

The Blues hit a roadblock final week when it emerged that Saul was reluctant to be part of Chelsea attributable to fears he wouldn’t see sufficient taking part in time – the entire purpose why he’s annoyed at Atletico in the primary place.

However, Chelsea haven’t given up and sources have 90 minutes confirmed that they’ve managed to persuade Saul that he would get a truthful shot at common first crew minutes at Stamford Bridge, the place coach Thomas Tuchel desires him as competitors for Jorginho, Mateo Kovacic and N’Golo Kante.

All that continues to be is for the 2 events to achieve an settlement on the phrases of his settlement. Atleti are able to launch Saul however had referred to as on Chelsea to comply with an obligation to purchase the midfielder completely subsequent summer time, whereas the Blues simply need an alternate.

There are hopes that Atletico will settle for Chelsea’s calls for, they usually already appear to be making ready for Saul’s departure by concluding an settlement to signal Paris Saint-Germain’s Pablo Sarabia.

Talks are properly underway with PSG, who’re eager to obtain Sarabia and avoid wasting cash.

Should Atletico get that deal throughout the border, they’re anticipated to be far more accommodating when it comes to Saul’s potential switch to Chelsea.

The Blues additionally stay all in favour of Sevilla’s midfielder Jules Kounde and haven’t but given up on signing the Frenchman utterly, however they had been shocked when the Spanish facet all of a sudden raised their asking worth this weekend.

Chelsea, who thought they’d a take care of Kounde for round £ 43 million, are reluctant to go greater than that, whereas Sevilla are actually holding out for one of the best a part of £ 70 million.

The distance between the 2 sides is important and can most likely be too nice for Chelsea to resolve earlier than the window closes, however the Blues haven’t but given up all hope.

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