The Blues are hoping to sign Robin Gosens of Atlanta. Chelsea is looking for left-back to solid the defence.
North London have signed numerous left-backs in the last few transfer windows. They’re still names coming up all the time linking left-backs to Chelsea.
The Blues have made a habit of signing players from Seria A. According to Sportwitness, they might do that again this year. The website reports, on the backs of Marcos Alonso, Palmieri and Zappcosta are Robin Gosens.
In the January transfer window, Lyon made a bid of €30m. The bid lets everyone know, he is going to cost at least €30m or more to sign him up.
That’s not high or extreme cost for Chelsea Football Club by any measure, it is like what Leicester City or FC Porto would want. Chelsea is linked to a for Ben Chilwell or for Alex Telles.
Frank Lampard’s side can definitely see this deal happening in their direction. Chelsea was linked to Robin Gosens in the January transfer window.
The two left-backs at Chelsea, Alonso and Palmieri are reportedly linked with moves to Italy. The Blues are planning to bring Gosens as a replacement for them.
Robin Gosens Set Join Chelsea?
Recently Lyon made a bid for the 25-year-old. The Seria A club rejected and set a minimum asking price of around €35- €40m. There are plenty of clubs across Europe eyeing on Gosens.
Chelsea are expecting to depart ways with Alonso and Emerson, and Gosens can be a vital replacement for them. According to the reports in Italy, It is claimed that convincing Atalanta to free the German will not be easy.
The German international asking price is getting low due to the coronavirus outbreak in Italy. But the minimum valuation is €30 million not less than that.
According to Calciomercato Robin Gosens will be among the hottest targets for clubs in the summer transfer window.
The 25-year-old is enjoying football at Atalanta scoring eight goals and providing five assists in 30 appearances across all the competitions. The left-sided midfielder has played a vital role for Seria A club, while they continue to march on in the Champions League.