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Chelse keen in Upamecano

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Chelsea is supposedly considering a move from RB Leipzig for focus back Dayot Upamecano. The current deal between the 21-year-old and his German club is planned to terminate the following summer, and it is understood that he can be marked before the finish of June for a £53 m expense.

An ongoing report claimed that with the marking of the International France Under-21, Arsenal had beaten Manchester United which made 27 appearances in the Bundesliga during the 2019-20 campaign.

According to The Athletic, in any case, the defender’s future is still open to question and Chelsea may attempt to carry him to the Stamford Bridge ahead of the season 2020-21.

Frank Lampard ‘s side, who are back in league action against the champions of Manchester City on Thursday, has already reached an agreement with Leipzig to sign German forward Timo Werner this summer.

Ground-breaking and adaptable attacker Hakim Ziyech will also arrive at the club in the coming a long time as the Blues attempts to set up a squad that could challenge the Premier League title next season.

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