The last few weeks have shown many possibilities for transfers and new additions to the team for Chelsea, including interest in Danilo from Real Madrid and Dani Alves from Juventus who transfers near completion for Antonio from Roma and Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Talks have started for Danilo
Recent reports have surfaced regarding the possible signing of Real Madrid’s Danilo for the Chelsea team. The transfer has become an option for the team as competition for Victor Moses, who took the role of a wing-back during the first season at Stamford Bridge. An estimated fee of £28 million will be required to complete the transactions. Currently, no further information about the possible deal has been released.
Known simply as Danilo, the professional Brazillian footballer was born on 15 July 1991. The right-back player has been part of the Real Madrid team since 2015 for a deal of €31.5 million along with a 6-year contract. He also made seven appearances during the 2015/2016 Campions League edition, playing in the final as a substitute after Dani Carvajal was injured.
Chelsea Loses Dani Alves to Paris Saint-Germain
A few weeks ago, Chelsea joined Manchester City with interest to sign Dani Alves, who was the right-back for Juventus at the time. However, recent events have shown Alves signing with PSG instead. The deal was completed after Paris Saint-Germain offered the player a staggering £230,000 weekly deal, which was an easy accept after premier league only offered £120,000 per week from Manchester City. The professional said he would rather stay in Paris with his wife and friends instead of making moving away again as he did with the Juventus transfer.
Dani Alves Da Silva was born on the 6th of May 1983 and started his professional career in 2002 by playing for Sevilla and winning 2 UEFA cups. In 2008, he joined Barcelona in a deal worth €32.5 million, making him the third highest paid defender of all time. In his first season, he managed to win the Treble followed by a Spanish and European Super Cup win, and a FIFA Club World Cup win. Furthermore, the professional Brazilian stayed with the club to win another 2 Spanish Super Cups, 2 UEFA Camp Leagues, and five league titles. In 2016, he joined Juventus but is now on his way back to Paris for join PSG, his friends, and wife.
Rudiger Already Part of Chelsea and Bakayoko On the Way
Antonio Rudiger has recently completed his transfer to Chelsea for a 5-year deal. The club forked out £34 million for the new Defender who has made a move from Roma. Soon, he might be joined by Bakayoko who expected to attend a medical later this week and could be joining the team as they travel to Singapore and China early next week.