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Chelsea aims to sign Boubacar Kamara

Kamara in Chelsea

UEFA Champions League winners Chelsea are monitoring a move to sign Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara in the summer transfer window.

Many clubs in Ligue 1 are approaching Kamara but no teams have made bids for the young Frenchman yet.

The 21-year-old Marseille defender is the most potential replacement for West Ham’s star Declan Rice and the Blues also have an option of his fellow midfielder Eduardo Camavinga and they will not be able to secure the services of the England midfielder for the upcoming in English football season.

Football. London says that at this time it would be difficult for Chelsea to bring the England international Rice to their team for €80 million price tag for him.

The Premier League‘s West London club are also looking for alternative options in the transfer market.

Boubacar Kamara clearing the ball from his D against their opponent

Chelsea look to sign Kamara

Chelsea have a transfer boost in search of a midfielder, as Kamara is available for transfer at a lower price.

Marseille have offered the 21-year-old to different clubs, but there are no bids for Kamara so far. The club is thinking of raising the price for Kamara due to the ongoing financial crisis faced by clubs. Thus, he can be a good source of income for them.

However, the French midfielder can leave Marseille for as little as €15 million ( €12.8 million ) plus add-ons.

It’s not only Chelsea who are looking to sign Kamara to England. According to Mirror, the Premier League club Newcastle United signed a €15 million deal for midfielder amid the Ligue 1 crisis caused by Covid-19.

Kamara has played 43 games for Marseille in all competitions last season and has proved an important asset for the club.

Kamara is described as Marseille’s technical destroyer by the fans in the 2020-21 Ligue 1 season.

The midfielder is ranked in top echelons when it comes to tackles and the number of touches on the ball.

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