Chelsea has been linked with a huge offer move for Atletico midfielder Saul Niguez and it seems Spanish giants could be open to the sale of their highly prolific midfielder. The London giants have already made contact with Atletico Madrid over the transfer target. According to the latest reports from sources close to Stamford Bridge, the Blues have already asked about the possibility of signing the Spanish International ahead of next summer.
The blues are already making a summer raid on their bid to secure the signature of the midfielder this summer. Reports emerged last week claiming Saul could become Chelsea's target as the club manager Thomas Tuchel is looking to strengthen the Chelsea squad further this summer after he led Chelsea to secure the Champions League title for the second time.
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