Chelsea’s disappointing season has created speculation about several of their key players’ futures.
The Blues are mid-table in the Premier League and will miss out on Champions League qualification next term.
It has been a tumultuous season, with Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter both axed under their new ownership led by Todd Boehly.
TOP STORY – REAL MADRID OPEN HAVERTZ TALKS
Real Madrid have commenced negotiations with Chelsea about a possible off-season move for Kai Havertz, reports 90min.
Los Blancos view the 23-year-old German forward as a potential successor for veteran striker Karim Benzema.
Madrid are eager to reinforce their offensive options in the next transfer window. Bayern Munich are known to be admirers of Havertz too.
– Gazzetta dello Sport claims Juventus are planning a move to bring Chelsea’s Kalidou Koulibaly back to Italy as he is unhappy at Stamford Bridge.
– Liverpool’s interest in RB Leipzig’s Josko Gvardiol has cooled given the German club’s £80m valuation which they believe is too high, according to Football Insider.
– The Mirror reports Paris Saint-Germain are considering selling Neymar in the off-season with his contract up in 2025. Chelsea and one other Premier League club are interested.
– Real Madrid are preparing a new contract offer for Eduardo Camavinga amid links with Premier League clubs, reports Fabrizio Romano. The Frenchman wants to remain with Madrid.
– The Sun claims Manchester City are plotting a move for Brentford full back Aaron Hickey who is expected to cost around £30m.
– There is no truth to speculation linking Barcelona with a move for Chelsea’s Reece James, according to Fabrizio Romano. James signed a long-term deal last year.
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