A reported five Bundesliga clubs have been ogling at the prospects of signing Ruben Loftus Cheek on a season-long loan deal after it was recently revealed that Chelsea plans to offload the midfielder in order to create more space in the squad. The 25-year-old has two years remaining with Chelsea but Chelsea is not of the idea of selling the player on a permanent deal.
Loftus Cheek on the other hand has reached an impasse in the negotiations with Thomas Tuchel regarding his “potential inclusion” in next season’s squad. Loftus Cheek has barely made an appearance for the blues in the past three years as he has been subjected to a series of loan spells that have effectively dwindled his reputation at Stamford Bridge.
It is a “now-or-never” scenario for Chelsea with regards to Erling Braut Haaland’s transfer after it was recently revealed that Manchester United was eyeing the sensational teenager as the ideal replacement for Edinson Cavani whose contract is set to expire next season. Chelsea has been dragging the deal for a very long while thereby triggering Borussia Dortmund’s disinterest in the rumored transfer.
Manchester United is reportedly preparing a big-money bid for the player next summer; and to raise the requisite funds, a number of players are going to be put under stringent scrutiny throughout next season so that a substantive transfer list is prepared ahead of the next summer transfer window. The confidence exuded by Manchester United is unmatched as the club is determined to grace Haaland in the most competitive league in Europe.
Mehdi Taremi’s acrobatic kick against Chelsea in the Champion League lasts season was voted the best goal in the competition. The award was handed to the player at his home in Portugal because of the stringent Covid-19 rules which prevented the award-giving event to be held in a full house.
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