Chelsea and Liverpool target Gabri Veiga breaks silence amid transfer speculation

Gabri Veiga, a midfielder for Celta Vigo, has refused to comment on his future despite links to Liverpool and Chelsea.

Veiga, 21, has become one of the La Liga’s rising stars as a result of his stellar performances in the previous campaign. With 11 goals and 4 assists in 36 games, he contributed to his old team finishing 13th in the domestic standings.

The one-cap Spain U21 international, a right-footed technical player gifted with flare and passing ability, has drawn a lot of notice recently. According to The Guardian, he has emerged as a major target for Liverpool, Chelsea, and Barcelona.Veiga was asked to clarify his future amid interest from clubs during a recent interview with SPORT. He spoke;

The campaign was amazing. In the context of my life, what I did is a dream, and I’m pleased with it. The national team is the present for me right now; the future is not on my mind. I’m concentrating on the European U21 Championship.

Veiga’s current contract expires in June 2026, and it’s anticipated that he’ll be involved in a transfer saga this summer. In addition to the two Premier League heavyweights, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are also keeping an eye on him, according to 90min.

Veiga would become a key player for Chelsea if he were to sign with them during the upcoming summer transfer window. He would have plenty of opportunities as Mateo Kovacic, N’Golo Kante, and Mason Mount are expected to depart soon.On the other hand, should Liverpool exercise his £34 million buyout clause, the Spaniard might be a reliable rotational option at Anfield. He might fill the hole created by James Milner, Naby Keita, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s free transfers.

Serie A giants prepared to sell are the focus of reports from Liverpool and Chelsea.

Todofichajes claims that Juventus is looking to offload forward Federico Chiesa since they will soon need to balance their accounts. Due to Chelsea’s growing interest, they are open to hearing offers around £43 million.

Liverpool, Bayern Munich, and Newcastle United are reportedly keeping an eye on the Italy international, according to a report from Corriere dello Sport earlier this week. This summer, the group is interested in paying the Bianconeri’s asking price.

Chelsea, 25, joined the Old Lady from Fiorentina in 2020 on a two-year loan swap and has since played an important role as a starter. Despite dealing with numerous injury concerns, he has scored 22 goals and provided 20 assists in 94 games for Juventus


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