Pochettino may ask Chelsea to bid for 50 million Barca players

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Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino may ask the club’s board to make a €50m bid for the Barcelona star to join Stamford Bridge this summer.

Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino is  reportedly interested in signing Barcelona striker Ousmane Dembele from Stamford Bridge, according to Football Transfers . The report also claims that The Blues’ Argentinian coach is very fond of the French national team striker.

Pochettino may ask Chelsea to bid for 50 million Barca players

    The news report states that The former Tottenham Hotspur boss may have asked the Chelsea board to make an offer for Dembele. The Blues could offer the 26-year-old a bigger and longer contract and convince him to leave the ยูฟ่าเบท Camp. Dembele has a €50m (£43m) release clause in his contract with Barca.

           Many believe that Dembele The Barcelona forward would be a great signing for Chelsea in the summer transfer window. and that of Pochettino personally want to bring Dembele to Chelsea It is an indication that the Argentinian boss has the idea of ​​exploiting the Frenchman in his squad. And now referred to as being able to shake off the injury problems that are often encountered. successfully exited too

  The former Borussia Dortmund star made 16 starts and nine substitute appearances in La Liga for Barcelona last season, with Dembele having a “horrendous speed in training” – as former Barcelona star Lionel Messi commented on GiveMeSport in March 2020 – scoring five goals and providing seven assists between those games. In addition, the person can also play along the line on both sides.

          Although Chelsea have a lot of attacking players right now. But not everyone will suit Pochettino’s needs. The problem Chelsea could face regarding Dembele’s transfer is convincing the striker. Barcelona won La Liga last season and are aiming to win the Champions League next season. Chelsea will have to work hard to finish in the top four of the Premier League table next season.