Premier League side Chelsea are currently dominating headlines due to the circulating speculations, linking some of their key players with a move out of the club starting this January.Chelsea's board might be forced to meet some fans wishes of handing over the captain Armband to Christian Pulisic, as Barcelona nade their current captain Azplicueta into their Wishlist, when the summer window re-opens.
However, the Spaniard is not the only attractive player for the Catalans, as they also plan to import his teammate Andres Christiansen who have been in his best version for the Blue fuels this season.
According to sports specialist Fabrizio Romano and The Sun, the Laliga Santander side are eagerly hoping for a free transfer deal on the Chelsea duo, who both have only one season contract deal remaining.The Londoners captain Cizer Azplicueta have his contract running out on June 2022 and unlike Antonio Rudiger, the club have not offered him a contract extension deal hence exposing him to top Elite Clubs.
Barcelona are really desperate to sign experienced defenders to help create a strong partnership with Pique, and it's likely that they might start negotiating the price of the two Chelsea duo's as soon as January.
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