Real Madrid transfers: Chelsea robs Florentino Pérez a ‘bombshell’ for 60 million euros, Jules Koundé | Transfers | Santander League | Premier League | FOOTBALL-INTERNATIONAL

Real Madrid has gotten used to sticking with the best players in each transfer market. The prestige it has and the millions of euros it offers in salaries are irresistible factors for any footballer who receives the proposal to wear white. However, there are always exceptions to the rule and the president Florentino Pérez he is seeing them with the case of the French defender Jules Koundé. According to the newspaper ‘Don Balon’, the soccer player of Sevilla is the great winter goal of the merengue box, but its future seems to be closer to the Chelsea.

The aforementioned Spanish media explains that the Andalusian club, after rejecting several offers for Koundé in the summer market, he has thought things through and is willing to let it go in January. Even, aware of the financial crisis that various institutions in Europe are experiencing, the price of the French defender has dropped from 80 to 60 million euros.

The figure that Sevilla demands puts Jules Koundé way to a new club. The favorite over the Real Madrid He would be the current champion of the Champions League due to his immediate liquidity of money. Although the Spanish team is looking forward to the arrival of Koundé, the priority for the winter market is Kylian Mbappé and you cannot spend a euro more on another player.

Jules Koundé in the sights of Chelsea and Real Madrid. (Photo: Getty Images)

“Florentino and Abramovich do not want to lose the opportunity that the market offers them. Of course, it seems that the Russian has taken the lead in the negotiation and, if nothing goes wrong, the Merengue president could suffer another major setback in the restructuring of the squad that is being carried out at the Bernabéu “, publishes ‘Don Balon’.

Regarding the position of the footballer, he would not see a change of scenery with bad eyes. After two seasons performing at the highest level in Spain, the Sevilla star would be delighted with the idea of ​​reaching the Premier, one of the most competitive leagues in Europe.

Chelsea has gotten used in recent years to close the most expensive signings on the market. The last was the Belgian Romelu Lukaku, who came to Stamford Bridge from Inter Milan for 115 million euros.

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