- Chelsea is ready to pay over €50 million to make Kovacic’s deal permanent.
- Chelsea has till month end to finalize the deal.
Reports from Spain suggest that Chelsea could sign Real Madrid loanee this summer, the Spanish giants are requesting for a fee worth around €50 million.
Matteo Kovacic joined the Blues in the summer of last season on a season-long loan deal, the earlier reports indicated that the Blues were willing to end the midfielders time at the Bridge.
However, the two-window transfer ban imposed by FIFA has had an imminent impact on Chelsea’s plan for the player. New reports imply Chelsea is preparing a bid around €55 M to secure the services of the Croatia International.
The transfer ban would not affect Kovacic deal if it were to be made permanent due to the fact that the ban only stops Chelsea from registering new players, so all loaned players in the Club are available for selection.
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The 25-year-old was a regular last season under Maurizio Sarri, he’s well known for his passing accuracy, skills, dribbling and defensive work rate which enabled his breakthrough playing alongside Jorginho and Kante.
A total of 51 appearances in all competition for the Blues in his debut season was a testimonial to his qualities. The Croatian has requested that the Los Blancos allow a permanent move to remain at Chelsea.
Although the 25-year-old on the 30th of June will be a Madrid player once again if no agreement is reached by both Clubs.
The 13 times champions league winners have made an impressive 6 signings ahead of the 19/20 season and there is a need to dismiss players to avoid the penalties of the Financial Fair Play rule.
With the departure of Hazard, Chelsea would be making a smart investment if they are to sign Kovacic permanently.
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