Chelsea boss Todd Boehly and manager Graham Potter are still considering to pursue the signing of Argentina and Benfica's player Enzo Fernandez by submitting a second bid.
After talks between two parties collapsed, the Stamford Bridge heavyweights have now decided to offer Moroccan international Hakim Ziyech to Benfica permanently.
Besides Ziyech, the London based club has offered new signing David Dastro Fofana and Audrey Santos on a loan deal in order to sign Enzo Fernandez.
Enzo, 21 is being valued at £112m and talks installed after Benfica pulled out of talks as it is claimed that Chelsea presented a much lower amount than anticipated.
With Chelsea keen on bolistering their midfield department, they will be forced to splash a whooping £103m release clause if Benfica won't accept their second offer.
Ideally, Enzo Fernandez is a good player as it was seen in 2022 World cup. He can as well be a missing puzzle in Potter's struggling squad.
Meanwhile, let's wait and see what happens next.
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