Chelsea want to sell Gallagher and to buy Guimaraes next season

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Chelsea have reportedly decided ‘to sell’ Conor Gallagher and could replace him with a Newcastle United standout, while Man City ‘brace for a £100m bid’.

Recent transfer windows have been dominated by deals involving Saudi Pro League clubs

And Man City star Kevin De Bruyne could be the next in line for a big-money move to the Middle East.

Liverpool standout Mohamed Salah was a leading target for Al-Ittihad last summer

And they are expect to renew their interest in the Egypt international later this year but

According to Football Insider – a ‘£100m-plus asking price’ has been set by the Premier League leaders.

Man City are in line to receive a similar fee as Pep Guardiola’s side are ‘braced for a £100m bid’ from Saudi clubs for De Bruyne.

De Bruyne is due to be out of contract in 2025 and he is described as a ‘top target’ for the Saudi Pro League.

Clubs have already ‘registered their interest’ in the Belgium international

And are ‘willing to pay a transfer fee north of £100million and offer a lucrative contract to lure him to the Middle East’.

Chelsea to buy Guimaraes next season to improve their squad

England international Gallagher is another Premier League midfielder out of contract in 2025

Who could be on the move ahead of next season.

The Chelsea academy product was link with Tottenham and West Ham last summer 

When he was value at £50m but has been one of Mauricio Pochettino’s better performers this season.

He has captained his boyhood club for much of this campaign but HITC believe

He is likely to leave before the 2024/25 campaign.

Chelsea are says to be ‘pushing ahead with their plans to sell Gallagher’ in the summer

Even though ‘the midfielder wants to stay’.

Gallagher is ‘yet to be offer a new contract’ and if he does not commit his future to the club, ‘they will sell him’.

Regarding potential midfield recruits for Chelsea, they have been ‘keeping tabs’ on Manu Kone

And Khephren Thuram, who heavily linked with Liverpool during last year’s summer transfer window.

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