Transfer: Done deal; Kounde To Chelsea Renewed After Fallout With Barca, Man United Sign World-class Striker

Transfer: Done deal; Kounde To Chelsea Renewed After Fallout With Barca, Man United Sign World-class Striker.

The relationship between Chelsea and Jules Kounde has been rekindled and this is a good news for Chelsea as they are looking to start the opening of the transfer season in a good light.

Everton have reportedly triggered the one-year extension in Abdoulaye Doucoure’s contract as they bid to avoid relegation from the Premier League this season.

The news comes after he opened up regarding his contract status and why he has not penned a new deal to remain at Goodison Park.

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Man Utd eye Martial replacement

Erik ten Hag is reportedly keen on an up-and-coming striker to challenge the elite frontman that is expected to arrive at Manchester United this summer.

At just 18 years old, Evan Ferguson certainly fits into that category, and Sky Sports claim that United are pursuing a deal with next summer in mind. Interest in more than one striker is likely to spell the end for Anthony Martial, who has suffered yet more injury woes this campaign. Ferguson is also a target for Tottenham, who could lose Harry Kane to the Red Devils.

Chelsea to renew Jules Kounde interest

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Chelsea will renew their interest in French defender Jules Kounde this summer, according to reports in Spain. The Blues were linked with a move for him last summer when he was still at Sevilla only to be beaten by Barcelona.

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According to SPORT, they have not totally moved on and could make a fresh swoop for him. It is suggested that Barcelona might be open to selling, too, with a price of £80m having been touted.

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