The Brazilian, Gabriel Menino player has a release clause of 60Million on his contract but Palmeiras maybe willing to sell the player for 20 Million due to the covid situation. Although Chelsea have strength in their attack with the likes of Hakim ziyech, pulisic, Timo Werner, mount, Kai harvetz, Abraham and Giroud,they are the leading contenders to sign the player who may also play in midfield role and a right back.
This is according to reports from Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo
Gabriel Menino is only 20 yrs old and have managed to bag 5 goals during his career in only 60 appearances at the club. The Brazilian was recently involved in the first senior team with the likes of Arsenal Winger Willian not receiving a call up.
Chelsea are known to look into Brazil teams for quality players which is evident with the likes of Willian, Oscar and David Luis.
Gabriel said to have a same playing model as Dani alves and is seen as his successor.
The player certainly looks to be an amazing and worth a close eye. He can play as a right Winger, Attacking midfielder, holding midfielder, defending midfielder and also as a right back. He has several roles on his name.
The Brazilian is tipped to have a great impact at the club incase he agrees for a move to the London side.Juventus, atletico Madrid and Tottenham are other European players interested in the player.
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