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Chelsea are reportedly showing interest in signing Cole Palmer this summer

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Chelsea are reportedly showing interest in signing Cole Palmer this summer. Cole Palmer is also open to the move.

However, Manchester City will demand a mega fee for one of their bright young prospects. They are also demanding a significant sell-on clause.

CHELSEA AND COLE PALMER TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY

According to reports, Chelsea are showing interest in signing Cole Palmer this summer transfer window. The reports also claims that Manchester City are open to selling him for the right price. Whereas, the player is also open to the move to the Blues this summer transfer window. However, Manchester City will demand a mega fee.

Although, Chelsea are ready to pay the big fee for the Manchester City young prospect. A report also claims that City demand a fee of 45 million from the Blues. They will also demand a significant sell-on clause in the deal. However, the deal will not have a buy-back clause. The Blues manager Pochettino has already approved of his signing.

THE BLUES WILL TRY TO MAKE STATEMENT SIGNINGS ON THE DEADLINE DAY

According to reports, Chelsea will not stop at signing Cole Palmer. They would love to make statement signings on the deadline day. The Blues have also managed to loan out Romelu Lukaku to AS Roma for a significant loan fee. Hence, this should make space for them to sign a star forward this summer transfer window for a mega fee.

Chelsea would love to sign a star striker this summer transfer window. The injury of Nkunku also makes the signing of Cole Palmer very important and a big priority. They are also hoping to make sales before the end of this summer transfer window. Malang Sarr and Trevoh Chalobah top the list of their potential sales this summer.

Chelsea have managed their summer transfer window well. They have also managed their Financial Fair Play rules well to avoid future punishments from the UEFA and Premier League. Hence, more signings should arrive before the end of this summer transfer window.

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