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Sport Chelsea reportedly still keen on deal for Aleksandr Golovin

20:45  14 june  2018
20:45  14 june  2018 Source:

Golovin learning English amid links to Chelsea and Arsenal

  Golovin learning English amid links to Chelsea and Arsenal CSKA Moscow’s Aleksandr Golovin is reportedly learning the English language as he continues to be linked with moves to Arsenal and Chelsea. According to a report from PremiumSportHD, as cited on Calcio Mercato, the player’s father has confirmed that he is putting plans in place, in case a Premier League move is on the cards. Golovin has been one of the stars of the World Cup so far and is also attracting interest from Juventus. Both Chelsea and Arsenal have been long-term admirers of the player, who is highly thought of in Russia. The Blues are said to view the player as one for the future, which may boost Arsenal’s chances of pipping their London rivals to a deal. It was reported that Juventus were closing in on a deal, but interest is expected to rise following his performances during the World Cup. Golovin has scored in Russia’s opening game and was originally valued at close to €25 million, however that is likely to increase following the tournament.

Chelsea are reportedly keen to sign CSKA Moscow’s Aleksandr Golovin this January. The report claims that there is a belief Golovin will make a name for himself at next year’s World Cup and thus the Blues are keen to get this deal over the line in January for a modest £15M.

City are keen to offer their midfield schemer a new deal to keep their rivals at bay. " Chelsea and all the clubs will still be looking to improve their squads, that is just normal," Hasselbaink told 03:00: Arsenal could reportedly lose out to Barcelona in a deal for Russian midfielder Aleksandr Golovin .

Chelsea are reportedly still keen on a summer deal for CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin.

The young playmaker enjoyed an impressive season in his homeland of Russia and has attracted interest from a host of top clubs across Europe, including Chelsea.

For months, reports linking Golovin with a move to Stamford Bridge had quietened down but according to fresh claims from Tuttosport, as cited by Calciomercato, the Blues remain out to secure the player.

Golovin, who is a key player for Russia in their bid to progress in this summer’s World Cup, impressed throughout last season because of his creativity and ability to influence games in the final third.

Barcelona join the race to sign Chelsea target Aleksandr Golovin

  Barcelona join the race to sign Chelsea target Aleksandr Golovin Barcelona have joined Chelsea in the race to sign Aleksandr Golovin, according to reports. Golovin looks set to leave CSKA Moscow this summer, with a number of clubs interested in him and if his performances at the World Cup are anything to go by, it’s easy to see why he’s a man in demand. The 22-year-old has been one of Russia’s standout players as they’ve won two games, securing their place in the last 16 with one match still to play. Chelsea have been long-time admirers of the midfielder and are constantly being linked with a post-World Cup move for him. However, Barcelona are now said to be interested in signing the Russian international, which could throw a spanner in the works. Arsenal are also reportedly keen to sign Golovin, and will hope that if the player prefers to move to England, the instability at Stamford Bridge will lead to the Blues stalling on any potential deals, thus giving them a chance to swoop in early.

CHELSEA have added CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin to their summer wishlist, reports claim. Chelsea are keen on signing Aleksandr Golovin . Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is reportedly eying a £120m summer spree. Play slideshow. Chelsea transfer news: Blues frozen out as Man City plan bargain Ligue 1 deal .

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is planning to bid for CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin during Golovin reportedly could be asked to replace Fabregas.MB Media/Getty Images. There isn't another central playmaker in Conte's squad with Fabregas' keen eye for a pass, so Golovin

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CSKA want to keep hold of their prized asset but if reports are to be believed, they will be willing to sanction a sale if their valuation of €25 million is met. Also, it’s claimed that the Russian giants are insisting on a 25% sell-on clause in any deal for Golovin.

Although, if the promising midfielder goes on to enjoy an impressive tournament this summer, CSKA could see fit to demand a higher fee for their star man.

Chelsea are not alone in their interest in the player, however. According to the claims from Tuttosport, Arsenal and Juventus are also keen on a summer deal.

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Chelsea to step up Lewandowski interest once Sarri is appointed .
Chelsea will step up their interest in Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski once they have confirmed Maurizio Sarri as their new manager. The Guardian reports that a move for the Polish forward has been delayed as a result of the managerial uncertainty that has surrounded Stamford Bridge this summer. Chelsea have been chasing the signature of the former Napoli boss, but his appointment has been delayed with the two clubs apart in their valuation. However, recent reports have suggested that the Blues and the Italian side have made a breakthrough in talks, with a deal thought to be imminent. Lewandowski, who scored 41 goals in all competitions last season, has been heavily linked with a move away from Bayern this summer, but Chelsea may struggle to convince the player to drop down into the Europa League. There is also thought to be interest in Nice midfielder Jean Michaël Seri and CSKA’s Aleksandr Golovin, with the latter impressing in the early stages of the World Cup for Russia.


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