Saturday, 9 December 2017

CHELSEA MOVED IN TOO SECURE THE SIGNATURE OF THE 20-YEAR-OLD BARCELONA TARGET

CHELSEA MOVED IN TOO SECURE THE SIGNATURE OF THE 20-YEAR-OLD BARCELONA TARGET

Chelsea is preparing to make a move for Bayer Leverkusen ace Leon Bailey in January, according to a story.
The Premier League giants have been monitoring the 20-year-old for a while, as reported by The Sun, both in Germany and during his previous stint at Genk.
The newspaper suggests that the West Loners ready to lodge a bid around £20m to take the Jamaica international to Stamford Bridge, but Barcelona are also in the mix to secure his signature.
Chelsea would reportedly view the attacker as one for the future and would be open to letting him back to his current team upon completing any deal.
Bailey, who has played 12 games for Leverkusen so far this campaign, is contracted to the Bundesliga team until 2022.
Meanwhile, Lucas Moura seems set to join Chinese Super League team Beijing Guoan in January – and end any talks linking the forward with a transfer to Chelsea.
The Paris Saint-Germain outcast has allegedly agreed on terms to move to Guoan in the winter window, as reported by the Goal, and his choice to do so will shut down the reigning Premier League champions’ wishes of luring him to Stamford Bridge.
Moura is understood to have spoken to fellow South Americans Renato Augusto and Ezequiel Lavezzi about a transfer to the Far East and, with the offer of a handsome wage pack, appears all-but-certain to move there at the turn of the year.
The Blues had been tipped to make a move for Lucas once the window re-opens on 1st January 2018, however, their opportunities of doing so now rest on whether Guoan can persuade the Chinese FA that the deal is a proper one for all sides.
The CFA are clamping down on the number of foreign players that can enter the nation and ply their trade in the Super League, as well as try to stem the number of huge prices currently being paid to lure players away from Europe’s top five leagues.

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