According to the Telegraph, the addition of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would be a temporary strengthening for Chelsea, which planned to strengthen itself during the next summer transfer market by bringing in two more key players. Aubameyang to have a short-term impact? According to the Telegraph, the acquisition of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Barcelona to Chelsea would be a temporary fix before Chelsea began to show interest in long-term targets the following summer, namely Christopher Nkunku of RB Leipzig.
The list of offensive rebukes for the upcoming transfer market period includes some fantastic names. Rafael Leo, an AC Milan player, would also be selected from the Stamford Bridge side in addition to the 24-year-old Frenchman. Sasa Kalajdzic, a Stuttgart player, might be transferred for free the next summer as his contract is up.
Aubameyang is the creator of a strong midseason for Barcelona.
The former Thomas Tuchel player at Dortmund would be considered the ideal player to bolster Chelsea’s offensive strength. Fast and skilled in front of goal, he played during Arsenal’s best times, even if his time there was tragically cut short by the captain’s resignation due to a lack of discipline.
He terminated his contract with the Gunners and signed for FC Barcelona, where he scored ten goals in the comeback phase. But this summer, with the arrivals of Raphael and Lewandowski to the Blaugranas, the Gabonese is being pushed to the side of the replacements. Therefore, he would be welcome in London to take the position of number 9. Listen to Best 90, a 90-minute show where discussions on sports take the shape of top lists! Rankings, XI combined, Frankenplayer, and our opinions at the end of each episode will be used to determine the final list. In this third episode, hosted by Davy Diamant, Quentin Gesp, and Alexis Amsellem, we’ll choose our Top 3 Barça flops from 2010!
Chelsea and Manchester United must pay a nine-figure fee when the price of Christopher Nkunku is made public.
Christopher Nkunku, a target for Chelsea and Manchester United, will reportedly cost at least £100 million this summer. The France international has drawn a lot of interest following a strong Bundesliga campaign. A short while ago, his current club RP Leipzig reiterated that he was not for sale, as CEO Oliver Mintzlaff stated to Sky Sports: “Nkunku will be one of our players again next season, as I’ve said previously and will again in this context.
The club has to remain united for the upcoming season.” The 24-year-old was reportedly a target for the Blues during the summer transfer window, according to a report from football.london last month. However, Leipzig is adamant on keeping hold of the France international and has been in talks with him about extending his deal at the Red Bull Arena.
The attacker recently acknowledged that he is flattered by the interest that he has received on a global scale, and his statements even hinted that he may be open to a move to Ligue 1 powerhouses PSG in the near future. It’s gratifying that the best teams in the world are interested in me, he said L’Equipe earlier this month. However, the fact that Leipzig is making every effort to keep me is also nice.