Chelsea resume negotiations for £55m star amid Victor Osimhen rejection and Moises Caicedo offer

Chelsea transfer news: The latest Blues headlines and updates with gossip from the market with stories on Victor Osimhen, Moises Caicedp and a fresh midfield target.

According to rumours, Chelsea has rekindled their interest in Everton midfielder Amadou Onana. The Blues looked into a possible move in January as they looked to bolster their defense, but they were unable to come to terms.

Although he only recently joined the Toffees in the summer, the player made an impact in the center of the midfield under both Frank Lampard and Sean Dyche. He is now reportedly considered a fringe candidate for the role at the age of 21.

According to Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri, negotiations have since picked up again, and Chelsea is again very interested in the player as they look to improve their depth and skill in the center of the field.

Chelsea’s efforts to sign Moises Caicedo this summer have received a huge boost. Football.london is aware that Mauricio Pochettino has made the player a priority and that Arsenal is no longer expected to be interested in signing him.

According to rumors, the Arsenal have lost interest in the 21-year-old as they prefer to sign Declan Rice. Chelsea has been given the responsibility of negotiating a contract for Caicedo.

While the Telegraph claims that coming to personal terms won’t be a problem, Brighton’s valuation of him might be. The reported £120 million asking price puts the franchises at a fair distance from one another.

Osimhen’s choice

According to rumours, Napoli star Victor Osimhen won’t extend his contract with the Italian champions. The player’s current deal has a little more than 18 months left in it.

He is one of the most sought-after attackers in the world and is expected to get significant offers this summer after helping Napoli win the Serie A championship. Football.london is aware that Chelsea is exploring a bid that may set a new league mark.

 

 

 

 

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