Josko Gvardiol confirms his 'serious' offer as Eden Hazard unveils its transfer plan.

Josko Gvardiol confirms his 'serious' offer as Eden Hazard unveils its transfer plan

In an interview with the Times, the young £89 million-rated revealed how he discovered Chelsea's interest, the bid put forward and her plans for the future. Gvardiol said, "My officer called me and saw that Chelsea was very interested. Of course, you're really thinking of a serious bid from a big club like Chelsea.

Leipzig said they didn't want to sell me, so at the end of the day I really struggled with this decision, but we didn't reach an agreement. It is what it is, I am here and fine with this because my idea had been to stay here, one season wasn’t enough. That's my second season, even one more would be fantastic, but we'll see."

Depending on Sky Sports Germany, The Blues are headed to Manchester City, Manchester United. Paris Saint-Germain in the race to the signing of the Nigerian international, with various talks already taken place. The report indicates that the Premier League champions have inquired about Osimhen, though they have already hosted Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez at Etihad Stadium this summer.

Sky Sports adds that Napoli may require at least €100 million (£88 million) for. the signature by Nigeria.. Todd Boehly did not find it a problem to pay such a sum. Money to Mykhailo Mudryk and Enzo. Fernandez in January this way, with Chelsea in desperate need of an orthodox attacker., West London is likely to be tempted.

The hazard indicates a transfer plan.

"I want to stay," said the former Blues wingman at the RTBF. "I say it all the time. I hope to play to show I'm still able to do so. People are doubtful, which is normal. I know what you're talking about. But for me, I'm still here next year.

You never know, but a transfer is not in the plan. Is there anything I can change my mind about? I don't know. I think of nothing but playing. That's why I don't even think about leaving. Basically, I think, 'I can do something.'

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