Just In: Chelsea make there first bid to sign ‘amazing’ World Cup star, as they have offered over £80m

Just In: Chelsea make there first bid to sign ‘amazing’ World Cup star, as they have offered over £80m

The most renowned offer Chelsea made to buy Croatian defender Josko Gvardiol has reportedly been delayed, according to reports.

The Blues are one of three Premier League clubs that have made a proposal to recruit the RB Leipzig player, with both Manchester clubs also showing interest, according to Foot Mercato.

Currently, the 20-year-old is competing in an unexpected World Cup. He is an essential member of the Croatian team, which has a strong chance of taking home the championship.
He has received a tun of praise for his performances, and his international coach Zlatko Dalic has called him “astonishing.”

The fact that he is no longer a Blue may have Chelsea supporters reviling their karma.
Gvardiol was sought by Chelsea.
Todd Boehly allegedly waited until the summer to add Gvardiol to his roster, despite having already filled his positions with Wesley Fofana and Kalidou Koulibaly during a busy transfer period.

The agreement didn’t turn out as planned, despite the Bundesliga team being offered on loan a year ago and the huge transfer fee offered.

Even though they have stated their advantage remains with a bid of more than £80 million, Foot Mercato has currently guaranteed they have faced tough competition over the signing.

Given his dominating presence at the back throughout the World Cup and the fact that he is only 20 years old, the price seems reasonable.

When Thiago Silva finally resigns after his Reality Cup campaign was tragically defeated by Gvardiol’s Croatia, the Blues will unquestionably look for a skilled trade for him.

Although there is a lot of interest in the player right now, his sole focus will be on trying to help his nation win its first World Cup, to Lionel Messi’s detriment.

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