Chelsea Shoot Lemar, Manchester United Monitor Sandro Situation
January’s transfer market has been getting closer, and some transfer rumors have spread across Europe.
Premier League club Chelsea are rumored to have failed with their bid of 22 million pounds to get Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey, according to the Daily Mail report.
The Jamaican has grown in the Bundesliga, scoring four goals and creating four more goals following his £ 12m move from Genk last season. And the 20-year-old is thought to have impressed the talent players of major European clubs after helping Bayer Leverkusen win over Stuttgart last week.
The winger has impressed the Blues since getting into their radar when they were 15 years old and could force the English club to cast a bigger offer to get a great young talent.
The Blues are also targeting Arsenal target Thomas Lemar
The Blues are ready to make Monaco star Thomas Lemar as their main target in the January transfer market. L’Equipe’s report says that they will compete with clubs like Liverpool and Arsenal to get the player.
The Blues are expected to offer 80 million pounds, although the Gunners have made a bid of £ 90 million last summer to anticipate Alexis Sanchez’s departure.
Chelsea Aim for tense
After repeatedly rejected Arsenal bid Monaco last summer is now turn to Chelsea’s viewfinder Thomas Lemar in the January transfer window.
The 22-year-old has scored only one goal and three assists throughout the season, and could be the latest star to be released by Monaco.
Manchester United fight against Chelsea to get Sandro
Manchester United reportedly ready to compete with Chelsea in the race to get Alex Sandro, according to reports The Sun.
The Blues tried to pick up the player in the summer, but Juventus still managed to keep the Brazilian player. Jose Mourinho seems to be strengthening the position of left back in his team, because at this time only Ashley Young is widely believed to fill the position.
Manchester United Alex Sandro Fullback Juventus
Manchester United showed interest in Juventus fullback Alex Sandro to strengthen the defense on the left side.
Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes also recently hinted that his club are interested in getting Sandro, but will get tough competition in the January transfer window. (Source: ESPN)