Chelsea wants to sign Khvicha Kvaratskhelia next summer

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Reported Chelsea and Liverpool target Khvicha Kvaratskhelia “will leave” Napoli if they receive an irrefutable offer, the player’s agent has confirmed.

The Georgian winger was outstanding last season, scoring 12 and assisting 13 league goals as

He helped fire the Naples outfit to their first Serie A title since the Diego Maradona days.

His form in 2023/24 has slowed down, providing 15 goal contributions in 35 appearances across all competitions, with only one of those coming in the Champions League.

Despite this, Kvaratskhelia remains one of the most sought-after wingers in world football

And is being track by several European giants.

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia wants to join Chelsea

Earlier this week, Italian journalist Ciro Venerato confirmed that ‘Kvaradona’ is in contract talks with Napoli but has interest from Chelsea and Liverpool in the Premier League.

“Kvara’s renewal, at the moment, is still on the high seas: the player wants a raise,

But he will not leave Napoli, with De Laurentiis proposing a mega salary to postpone his transfer to 2025,” Venerato said.

“A release clause could also inserted for him, as happened with Osimhen. The number 77 is follow by big clubs, such as Barcelona, Chelsea, Liverpool and PSG.”

And Kvaratskhelia’s agent, Mamuka Jugeli, has confirmed that the player’s long-term future in Italy is up in the air,

With a big offer expected to tempt Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis into a sale.

“As regards the future, we are talking with the club, we will see what will happen,” Jugeli said.

“He will leave if another club presents an offer that the management will not be able to refuse.”

A report from Gazzetta states that an ‘indecent’ proposal for the 23-year-old would be worth around €100million (£million), which is something the agent remained coy on.

“I cannot talk about a specific amount, these De Laurentiis’ evaluations,” Jugeli added. “I protect the contract and Khvicha’s work. Everything will be clear at the end of May.”

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