Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has assured the club and Chelsea fans through Sky Sports on Sunday that their move to push for the signing of Raphinha is unstoppable. German tactician has opened up to work for Raphinha deal to make it happens and the Brazilian winger sign for Chelsea despite competition from Barcelona.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta had cleared rumours about Raphinha deal and said the club have spoken to Leeds United about signing Brazil winger Raphinha and that the 25-year-old wants to join them, despite Chelsea agreeing a deal worth £55m plus add-ons. Barcelona are pursuing to hijack Chelsea deal by making a better offer for the Brazilian.
Chelsea is ready to submit more offer to overtake Barcelona over the signing of Raphinha. However, there is no official statement from Leeds concerning Barcelona bid as latest report indicates that Leeds still respect Chelsea bid and waiting for communication from the player.
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