TWO players to miss AC Milan UCL clash after scary injury as The Blues is working on a deal to sign £77m star with agreement fully reached

TWO players to miss AC Milan UCL clash after scary injury as The Blues is working on a deal to sign £77m star with agreement fully reached

TWO players to miss AC Milan UCL clash after scary injury as The Blues is working on a deal to sign £77m star with agreement fully reached.

“Jorgi experienced some difficulty against Crystal Palace, but he trained today, according to Graham Potter, who was speaking at the news conference before the AC Milan game. Later today, we’ll make a decision after observing how he responds.

Kai is the same. Apart from that, everything is OK,” Potter continued.

Evidently, Jorginho’s substitution against Crystal Palace was not tactical but rather owing to a possible injury.

As for Havertz, the German has recently played a lot of games and surely merits some downtime.

After agreeing to acquire Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig, Chelsea is now negotiating a deal to acquire Josko Gvardiol.

This season, Nkunku has already scored six goals. Last season, he was one of the top players in the Bundesliga, scoring 20 goals and dishing out 13 assists.

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Additionally, The Athletic reports that Chelsea has already reached a complete agreement with the player and has promised to pay far more than £45 in order to fend off competition from some of Europe’s top clubs.

As a condition of the deal, the club has agreed to pay Leipzig an amount more than the £52.7 million release clause that will take effect in the coming summer.

And now the Telegraph is reporting that we are eager to sign his teammate Gvardiol to the club and are already negotiating a deal to outbid their opponents for his services.

Wesley Fofana and Kalidou Koulibaly were expensive additions for the Blues in the summer, but there are still issues with the defense, especially with Thiago Silva and Cesar Azpilicueta nearing the end of their careers.

Graham Potter like back three formations, exactly like his predecessor Thomas Tuchel did, thus Gvardiol would be a more natural fit in that position and provide more youth to the back line.

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