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17:20  15 april  2019
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Chelsea target Luka Jovic pens permanent deal at Frankfurt

Chelsea target Luka Jovic pens permanent deal at Frankfurt Chelsea target Luka Jovic has officially signed for Bundesliga side Frankfurt on a permanent deal. Twitter: OFFICIAL: Eintracht Frankfurt have signed Luka Jovic from Benfica, activating the purchase option in his loan deal.… (@swearimnotpaul) Jovic has been on loan to Frankfurt from Benfica since the start of the 2017/18 season and the German outfit have now exercised their option to make the deal permanent this week. The

Here are 5 men Chelsea could target in January: #1 Nathan Ake (Bournemouth). One area where Chelsea may wish to bring in players is at centre back. Currently, Antonio Rudiger and David Luiz have started every Premier League game at the heart of the defence, with Andreas Christensen and Gary

Chelsea ’s summer transfer window was a strange one. The Blues brought in a number of big names, breaking their transfer record to sign Álvaro Morata from Real Madrid, while Tiémoué Bakayoko But a number of Chelsea transfer targets were missed out on, with Ross Barkley deciding to stay at Ever

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Back in January, Chelsea signed Christian Pulisic on a deal which will see him join the club in the summer. However, since this the Blues have been hit with a transfer ban.

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According to Sky Sports, Chelsea’s appeal of the ban is being dealt with by FIFA and the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

However, if the ban is delayed and Chelsea can make signings this summer then Sarri will look to strengthen his side ahead of the next campaign.

The Bundesliga is full of talented players that Sarri could look to bring to London, with quality defenders, midfield maestros and deadly finishers, the German league is a place Chelsea should have an eye on.

Chelsea target Jovic set for Real Madrid move

Chelsea target Jovic set for Real Madrid move Chelsea are set to be handed another transfer blow, with summer target Luka Jovic set to choose Real Madrid over a move to Stamford Bridge, according to Alfredo Pedulla, cited by the Daily Star. The 21-year-old has been in fine form for German outfit Frankfurt this season, finding the back of the net on 25 occasions, which has attracted plenty of interest across Europe. The youngster is thought to be a target of Chelsea’s for the summer, despite the Blues receiving a two-window transfer ban in recent months. Chelsea officials have appealed the decision, with a decision expected in the coming weeks.

Chelsea have wrapped up their move for French midfielder Tiemoué Bakayoko and could yet even turn a profit on their midfield upgrade by selling Manchester United transfer target Nemanja Matić. Here are three Ligue 1 stars who Chelsea should pursue this

The Bundesliga has been a hunting ground for the very best Premier League clubs over recent seasons. Here, we look at eight more players who could make the switch this summer. With this in mind, we’ve taken a look at eight Bundesliga stars who could be of interest to Premier League clubs.

Chelsea have struggled to find a striker that can supply them with goals in recent times and have struggled defensively this year as well.

Here are few players that Chelsea could sign to help bolster the squad and have them challenging for silverware again next season.

Chelsea target Kessie valued at €35 million.
AC Milan will reportedly sanction the sale of Chelsea target Franck Kessie this summer if their €35 million asking price is met. The Blues have been linked with a move for the midfielder in recent months, with his future at San Siro continuing to come under scrutiny. Kessie remains a crucial player for Gennaro Gattuso, but according to claims from Corriere dello Sport, as cited in a report from Calciomercato, Milan would be willing to let him leave during the upcoming transfer window.

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