With cost-effective deals available during the January transfer window. Chelsea may be able to bring in some high-profile players. Like Lionel Messi or Milan Skriniar for free in the summer. Todd Boehly might spend just as much money during the January transfer window if Chelsea’s summer efforts are any indication. And given that the Blues are now outside of the Champions League qualification spots. The American billionaire may be disposed to take whatever steps are necessary. To provide Graham Potter with the resources he needs to improve the team’s performance.
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However, doing so would probably need a comparable spending binge towards the conclusion of the campaign. The residents of west London may thus have little to no choice. But to save some money and choose players who are eligible for free transfers.
Foreign players will have the opportunity to start pre-contract negotiations with Chelsea. In January for a free move in the summer. Players in the Premier League whose contracts expire. In late June will also have to wait until their contracts expire before the Blues can formally make an offer.
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What is the future of Lionel Messi?
In the upcoming months, Lionel Messi will determine what his plans are for the rest of the season. Despite his great accomplishments at age 35, Paris Saint-Germain has not yet exercised the option to extend his contract by another year.
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Jorge and Jose Mas, the co-owners of David Beckham. Are said to have initiated negotiations with the MLS team, although PSG is making a strong effort to keep Messi at the club. Although Chelsea currently have a wide range of offensive alternatives at their disposal, Potter would find it difficult to decline such an offer, especially after his recent performance for Argentina at the World Cup.
Since Barcelona president Jordi Cruyff seems to rule out the Dutchman’s exit during the winter transfer window, signing Memphis Depay in January is off the table. But before the summer, the 28-year-old is accessible via a free.
As of right now, no talks about a new contract have taken place between Depay and the Spanish powerhouses, claims Fabrizio Romano. A deal with the attacker may be a wise move for Chelsea, who are interested in high-profile transfers for players like Josko Gvardiol, Jude Bellingham, and Declan Rice.
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