Chelsea have had a lot of problems within their team since the beginning of this season. Most of the problems being faced by the Chelsea Football Club has been brought about by the change in administration.
They lost a number of their key stars such as Antonio Rudiger and Christiansens. Both of the players left the club on a free transfer leaving a huge gap at the Chelsea defence.
They have so far tried to fix the problem when they brought in the Senegalese international Khalid Koulibaly from Napoli and Cucurela from Brighton.
They however failed with their attempt as Leipzig decided to retain the service of the defender.
Gvardiol has now express his desire to join LA Liga defending champions Real Madrid. Gvardiol explain how real Madrid is and how he doesn't need his fellow country man, Luka Modric to tell him what to do in order to get a move for the defender.
This could be a huge blow to Chelsea as the defender will automatically choose Madrid club over Chelsea in case both teams decides to go for the defender.
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