- Juventus left-back has refused to extend his contract with the club.
- Chelasea shift focus to Asamoah as a talks for Alex Sandro fails.
Chelsea have reportedly joined Inter Milan in the race to secure the services of Juventus wing-back and Ghana international Kwadwo Asamoah.
The versatile Asamaoh will be available on a free transfer this summer after he rejected a new contract to remain at Juventus.
Inter Milan are reportedly leading the race to sign him, as they are also keen on Dutch center-back Stefan De Vrij who will also be available as a free agent in the summer after his contract with Lazio expires.
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However, Inter’s interest has not been strong enough to put off Chelsea from looking towards the player as a possible reinforcement to the midfield and defensive positions. According to Italian newspaper Tuttosport, Chelsea have emerged as a serious contender for Kwadwo Asamoah.
Chelsea appear to be attracted by his versatility as he is experienced at left wing-back, left midfield and central attacking midfield positions.
It can be recalled that Chelsea had initially failed with bids for his Juve team-mate Alex Sandro, and have now turned their attention to Kwadwo Asamoah who could be snapped up on a free transfer when the summer transfer window opens.
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