At 21 years of age, Wesley Fofana is about to star in one of the most expensive transfers in football history. According to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea is not giving up and will once again make a stratospheric offer for the Leicester City player.
As reported in fichajes.net, Chelsea made an impressive offer to Leicester City to get the services of Wesley Fofana. This offer was 70 million pounds, which in exchange are 82 million euros . However, despite the large amount of money offered by the London team, the Foxes rejected the attempt since they classify Wesley Fofana as non-transferable.
However, the London team is not giving up and will raise its offer again in the coming days to close the contracting of the young French player. After the signings of Kalidou Koulibaly, Marc Cucurella, Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Slonina or Carney Chukwuemeka, the new owners of Chelsea want to keep Thomas Tuchel happy and want to put together a squad that aspires to everything.
After failing to sign Jules Koundé, an arrival that seemed totally closed, Chelsea cannot afford another resounding failure in the offices. For this reason, the signing of Wesley Fofana transcends sports and would also have great significance in the offices of the London club. For this reason, the price of the Leicester City player is being shot up.
The addition of this player will be exceptional to this current team and recruitment that has gone on so far. Chelsea will look to compete in the Champions League, English Premier League, the FA Cup and the EFL Cup. With this great team being formed by Tuchel and the new owners, Chelsea will be in the best position to win at least one of these this season.
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