Manchester City and Liverpool are keeping tabs on Chelsea youngster Levi Colville, with reports suggesting the player is reluctant to go on loan again.
The Premier League clubs are hoping to take advantage of Chelsea’s need to sell players to break Financial Fair Play rules after spending as much as £600m on two transfer windows. past
Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp want a left-footed defender to add a defensive option.
However, Chelsea do not want to lose Colville and want to talk about a new contract. With two years left on his current contract. If the player doesn’t say yes he may sold because Todd Bohly doesn’t want to let there be a situation where the player has less contract left.
To avoid breaking financial rules.
Chelsea had to sell some homegrown players. That could include Colville, Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Conor Gallagher and Ruben Loftus-Cheek. Who are expect to earn around 200 million pounds.
Chelsea on loan The 20-year-old center back went to cultivate with Brighton this season and made impressive performances, playing as the main player in the team of manager Roberto De Serbi until the Seagulls team had plans to get him. join the team permanently
At the end of the month. The revealed that Chelsea do not want to lose players and are trying to extend their contract. After the original issue is about to expire in 2025,
the latest media outlet has claimed that Besides Brighton, Liverpool and Manchester City also interest in the futuristic defender.
Hoping to take advantage of the fact that Chelsea are trying to clear their own financial rules. And the team is about to lose around £90 million in broadcast revenue from not playing UEFA. Champions League next season