Chelsea are looking to sign Lyon’s right-back Malogust, but the French club’s president is unwilling to sell the young talent.
Premier League clubs are currently facing unprecedented spending. The Bruce’s new American owner is due to the West London club following up on his £270million summer in January. Europe.
Chelsea’s next star is Lyon’s Maro Gusto. The Blues hope to have agreed personal terms with Maro Gusto and, according to Fabrizio Romano, he wants to move too.
The Premier League giants have already seen Lyon reject a verbal opening offer, but the London club is expected to return with a new offer.
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Ben Jacobs wrote in yesterday’s exclusive CaughtOffside column that it could cost Chelsea as much as €40m to convince Lyon to sell the 19-year-old this January.
Regarding Gusto’s future, Lyon president Jean-Michel Auras said through Fabrizio Romano:
This looks like it will be a tough deal for Chelsea, but the Premier League club will work hard to make it through to the end.
Olympique Lyonnais president Auras: ‘I can confirm that Maro Gusto will stay here at least until the end of the season’ ? #CFC
Chelsea ready to return with a new offer as personal terms have been agreed — but OL wants to keep Gust.pic.twitter.com/R7kKZbvZmQ
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 26, 2023