Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Shock N’Golo Kante stance, Ben Chilwell boost

Here are your Chelsea transfer rumours for Friday, April 10.

Chelsea ready to part with Kante

After struggling to fit into the midfield plans of both Maurizio Sarri and Frank Lampard, Chelsea are now reportedly set to part with N’Golo Kante, cashing in on the Frenchman as they look to bolster the squad in the manner that suits Lampard’s style.

According to 90min , Chelsea will consider selling the 29-year-old in the summer should a suitable bid arrive.

Both Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have been named as potential landing spots, and while Chelsea would only sell for the right price, given the financial firepower of the two clubs, they might just receive it.

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Interest in Nathan

Chelsea youngster Nathan is currently on loan at Atletico Mineiro. Initially, Nathan was expected to remain with Atletico until January, but after protracted and extended negotiations, the two parties agreed to a six-month extension.

However, with football around the world postponed due to the coronavirus, Nathan might only play another seven matches for Atletico, and now the Brazilian club are keen on another extension.

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“Nathan is a player that interests us a lot and we will do our best to keep him. The problem is that it is not a simple negotiation,” Atletico director Alexandre Mattos told O Tempo .

“Chelsea are interested in a definitive sale and there are other clubs interested. Nathan is on a high in the market. Our interest at the moment is an extension, but it’s difficult. We hope to clear up this situation because everything is stopped because of the virus.”

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Bidding war for Chilwell

As Frank Lampard has shifted to a back four, Chelsea’s need at left-back has only intensified. Marcos Alonso is much better suited to a wing-back position, while…


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