Chelsea in fresh £156m bid to sign double players in January

Chelsea in fresh £156m bid to sign double players in January

 Chelsea have spoken to Sporting Lisbon about signing Ousmane Diomande and Viktor Gyokeres in a £156million double swoop. Mauricio Pochettino wants to add to his squad in the New Year despite spending huge sums in the summer. The Blues are languishing in mid table and their performances highlight the need for further recruitment with a host of their signings not delivering. The club have turned their attention to the table topping Portuguese outfit, who have already made their stance clear on the sums they expect to receive. Gyokeres was playing in the Championship with Coventry last year and moved to Lisbon for £17m back in the summer - now Sporting want his £87m release clause met if they are to lose him.

Sesko open to Premier League move

Benjamin Sesko could consider leaving RB Leipzig in January amid growing interest from Premier League clubs. According to 90min , Premier League clubs could keep a watchful eye on developments around Benjamin Sesko as the RB Leipzig forward could consider leaving in January. Chelsea and Manchester United are among the teams keen on the striker, with the Bundesliga outfit also pondering over their next steps.

Atletico Madrid ponder selling Jose Maria Gimenez next summer


Atletico Madrid might offload Jose Maria Gimenez next summer, handing a boost to Arsenal, Barcelona, Manchester United, and Real Madrid. According to a report by Spanish outlet Fichajes , Jose Maria Gimenez might not be at Atletico Madrid next season. The La Liga giants are considering parting ways with the 28- year-old defender, a target for Arsenal, Barcelona, Manchester United and Real Madrid, in the 2024 summer transfer window.

Newcastle United preparing bid to sign Matias Soule

Newcastle United are reportedly willing to fork out €25 million to sign highly-rated Argentine winger Matias Soule from Juventus. According to a report by Italian outlet Tuttosport , Matias Soule is the subject of interest from Newcastle United. The highly-rated Argentine winger might leave Juventus in the January transfer window. Meanwhile, the Magpies are ready to cough up €25 million to secure his services this winter.

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