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Chelsea handed Kounde boost, Arsenal want Odegaard over Maddison

Chelsea have been handed encouragement in their chase of Sevilla player Jules Kounde. And while no bids have yet been su

Chelsea handed Kounde boost, Arsenal want Odegaard over Maddison

Chelsea have been handed encouragement in their chase of Sevilla player Jules Kounde. And while no bids have yet been submitted for Jules, Sevilla sporting director Monchi insists the Spanish LaLiga outfit would be ready to sell for the right price.

“Many outfits have asked for Jules Kounde,” he said. “Of course there’s interest but no official proposal is on the table. “I’m not sure of what’s going to happen. We will sell if an important offer arrives, this is our policy to improve the squad.”

Arsenal want Odegaard over Maddison


Speaking of Fabrizio Romano – he also has an update on Arsenal’s pursuit for a new attacking midfielder. Ex-loanee Martin Odegaard now emerges to have come back into the picture, alongside long-term transfer target James Maddison of Leicester City.

According to Romano, Martin Odegaard has always been the priority target ahead of James Maddison, with Arsenal now waiting on an answer from Real Madrid as to whether or not they will be ready to let him go this summer after all.

Atalanta join the race for Davide Zappacosta

The Italian Serie A side Atalanta have joined the race for Chelsea full-back Davide Zappacosta. Discussions are on with Chelsea. Fiorentina and Genoa also interested, according to the latest report from La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Atlético Madrid interested in Vlahovic

The Spanish Laliga side Atlético Madrid are preparing a €50million proposal for Dusan Vlahović. Vlahovic’s future will be decided in the coming days, according to the latest report from Sky Italy.

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