Chelsea offered Neymar AND Cristiano Ronaldo, £45m Sterling transfer close, De Ligt latest news


CHELSEA have been offered the chance to sign two of football’s biggest names, according to reports.

Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo are both said to have been offered to the Blues.

PSG are reported to be keen to sell the Brazil icon while Cristiano Ronaldo has made clear his desire to leave Man Utd.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are said to be closing in on a £45million deal for Man City forward Raheem Sterling.

  • IN: None
  • OUT: Antonio Rudiger (Real Madrid), Andreas Christensen (Barcelona), Danny Drinkwater (released), Charly Musonda (released), Jake Clarke-Salter (released), Lucas Bergstrom (Peterborough, loan), Sam McClelland (Barrow, loan).

Kounde update

Sevilla centre-back Jules Kounde has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea for over a year.

Chelsea could be now in for other targets like Matthijs De Ligt and Kounde could head to Barcelona.

But, Monchi, the Sevilla chief has said: “There are zero contacts with Barcelona for Jules Koundé. No talks ongoing.”

Raheem Dream

Chelsea are reportedly confident that they will sign Raheem Sterling prior to their pre-season tour in the US.

The West Londoners fly to the United States on Saturday 9th July.

Man City are rumoured to be wanting over £45million for the England ace.

Chelsea offered Neymar and Ronaldo

According to reports, the Blues have been offered the chance to sign Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Representatives of the duo have approached new Blues co-owner Todd Boehly about the players.

Thomas Tuchel wants six signings this summer.

Pulisic doesn’t want to leave

Christian Pulisic has reportedly told the Blues he does not want to leave after his name was included in talks with Juventus over a deal for Matthijs De Ligt.

Pulisic has two years left on his Chelsea deal.

Timo Werner has also been included in talks, according to reports.

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