Chelsea morning headlines as Griezmann transfer decision made, Blues linked with bargain deal

Here are the Chelsea morning headlines on Saturday, May 23.

Blues monitor Gladbach teen – reports

Chelsea are keeping tabs on Borussia Monchengladbach II’s promising teenage full-back Kaan Kurt.

The Sun, via the Metro, claims that the Blues and London rivals Arsenal are both tracking the progress of the 18-year-old.

Kurt has represented both Germany and Turkey at youth level while his Turkish heritage has also seen him linked with a move to Fenerbahce.

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He is primarily a right-back but can also play on the left-side of a back four, while his contract at the German club runs until 2022.

Kurt is likely to be available at a bargain price but has impressed in Germany’s fourth tier.

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No move for Griezmann – reports

Chelsea have been strongly linked with a summer move for Philippe Coutinho, but it is believed they will not make a move for his Barcelona teammate Antoine Griezmann.

football.london cites a report in Mundo Deportivo via Chelsea News that the Frenchman will not be up for sale this summer, despite a tough opening campaign at the Camp Nou.

Griezmann moved to the Blaugrana from Atletico de Madrid last summer when his €120million release clause was triggered.

Andreas Christensen up against Antoine Griezmann in Barcelona
(Image: CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP/Getty Images)

But despite the Blues looking for attacking reinforcements, Griezmann will not be on their shortlist.

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