Check Out “Chelsea and Barcelona are reportedly trying hardest to sign Kylian Mbappe.” According to PA, Todd Boehly, the co-owner of the Blues, is attempting to put together a deal to sign the 24-year-old, according to sources close to PSG.

Barcelona, the reigning champions of Spain, has also been actively pursuing a player exchange deal, PA continues.

PSG is also preparing for Al Hilal of Saudi Arabia to make another attempt to convince Mbappe to agree to personal conditions.

PSG allegedly worries that their efforts to get the France striker this summer would be for naught and that he will go for free the following season.

According to PA, club insiders are confident that Mbappe has already reached an agreement to join Real Madrid on a free transfer and get a £138 million signing-on fee.

Chelsea And Barcelona Are Reportedly Trying Hardest To Sign Kylian Mbappe
Chelsea And Barcelona Are Reportedly Trying Hardest To Sign Kylian Mbappe

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According to reports, Liverpool is prepared to make a second bid to Southampton for Romeo Lavia.

Last week, talkSPORT reported that the Reds’ opening offer of £35 million with add-ons had been rejected.

And now Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano claims that the Merseyside company is willing to increase their offer to £45 million.

After losing a number of important players, Jurgen Klopp has made strengthening his midfield a main goal for this transfer window.

Jordan Henderson, the team’s captain, was sold to Al Ettifaq, while Fabinho is expected to join in Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and James Milner were all given their releases.


Iliman Ndiaye, a playmaker for Sheffield United, is allegedly close to joining Marseille.

During the Blades’ 2017–18 season, the 23-year-old was a vital member of the team and assisted in their promotion to the Premier League.

He contributed to 46 Championship games with an astounding 14 goals and ten assists, earning him a spot on the team for the season.

However, according to Sky Sports, he has since left for France after Marseille and Sheffield United agreed to pay £20 million for his services.

Ndiaye has already been seen in the French city, when on Sunday night he was surrounded by admirers.