Chelsea transfer news Arsenal eyeing Jorginho transfer as Enzo Fernandez’s £105m deal looms
All the latest Chelsea transfer news and gossip, including updates on Jorginho’s proposed move to Arsenal, Enzo Fernandez and Hakim Ziyech talks on Deadline Day
It’s deadline day! Here’s his morning transfer from Chelsea ahead of a busy Tuesday for the Blues.
Paris Saint-Germain in advanced talks to sign Hakim Ziyech on loan
L’Équipe have reported that Paris Saint-Germain are looking to sign Chelsea striker Hakim Ziyech before the end of the January transfer window today. The Ligue 1 leaders are in talks with the Blues to sign the Moroccan and, although a deal has not yet been reached between the two clubs, the 29-year-old himself is interested in a transfer as his playing time has dried up. in West London.
Negotiations are moving forward quickly between the two teams, with PSG looking to replace Pablo Sarabia before tomorrow night’s deadline.
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Arsenal eyeing late transfer for Jorginho with Chelsea keen to let Italian out
Arsenal are considering signing midfielder Jorginho from Chelsea. London understands. The Gunners are in the market for a midfielder before the January transfer window closes on Tuesday night following a long-term injury to Mohamed Elneny.
The interest doesn’t necessarily mean Arsenal are giving up hope of signing Caicedo before the window closes at 11pm on Tuesday. As things stand, they are still optimistic that a deal can be worked out if Brighton bring in a replacement midfielder.
Chelsea are actively pursuing a last-ditch attempt to sign Enzo Fernandez from Benfica and Jorginho’s departure could help fund his big move to World Cup winners Argentina
Chelsea could complete signing their own Zinedine Zidane in Enzo Fernandez’s blockbuster transfer
Chelsea representatives had a crucial meeting with their Benfica colleagues on Mondaaaaaaaay morning as the clubs discussed the possible sale of Enzo Fernandez. football.london understands that a meeting was held this morning in Portugal with the Blues looking to close the deal which will cost around £105m.
Chelsea are willing to pay the release fee, although they prefer to do so in several installments, and are confident a deal can be struck. Reports elsewhere claim that the Blues are willing to add an extra £10m to their release clause in order for Benfica to accept an installment payment structure.