Chelsea in chat with Brighton to sign Cucurella for 50m Euro

Chelsea in chat with Brighton to sign Cucurella for 50m Euro

Chelsea in chat with Brighton to sign Cucurella for 50m Euro

Chelsea FC will sign Brighton’s left-back, Marc Cucurella at £50m asking cost after Champions Manchester City had their £30m offered turned down the week before.

The Spaniard joined Brighton from Getafe for £15m the previous summer and was named as the club’s player of the time subsequent to dazzling in his presentation crusade.

Cucurella submitted an exchange demand on Friday in a bid to push through a transition to City yet the Premier League champions won’t follow through on Brighton’s asking cost, with Chelsea currently in post position to sign the 24-year-old.

Sky Sports provides details regarding Monday that the Seagulls had recently dismissed a £30m offered for the safeguard from Pep Guardiola’s side, who are searching for a substitution for Oleksandr Zinchenko after he joined Arsenal.

Thomas Tuchel’s side which had just marked Raheem Sterling from Manchester City Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli actually stays up to date with market to sign players to sustain the side that completed third on Premier League table last season.

Cucurella’s comrade, Marcos Alonso has been connected to leaving the club as Barcelona looks the most encouraging to sign the 31-year-old this late spring. Blues skipper Cesar Azpilicueta is additionally needed by the Spanish monsters with the protector having one year left on his arrangement.

Chelsea have Cucurella partaken in a tremendously fruitful first Premier League season subsequent to joining from Getafe in an arrangement worth around £15m the previous summer and was named Brighton’s player of the time.

Be that as it may, Brighton would rather not let Cucurella leave and it would take a gigantic proposal for them to sell as he has four years staying on his agreement at the Amex. Notwithstanding, the left-back has now moved for a move by requesting to be sold.

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