AFTER BARÇA'S IRRUPTION
Chelsea would be ready to say "goodbye" to Jules Koundé
Published:25/07/2022 - 18:46h
Updated:25/07/2022 - 18:46h
The 'Koundé operation' has been dropped for Chelsea in a matter of days. After having everything agreed with Sevilla, the arrival of FC Barcelona in the negotiations changed the panorama and the English would be ready to say goodbye to their goal
Jules Koundé is very near to turn into player of the FC Barcelona, after the Barcelona group burst into in the negotiations with the Seville from the morning of the Saturday, although Chelsea seemed to have an enclosed agreement with the picture hispalense by a near figure to the 55 million pounds. The wish of the player, to play in the Spotify Camp Nou, ralentizó the operation and moved him away of the English group.
The Barça has won a lot of terrain in the career by the traspaso of the central French and, right now, leads the career. The culés are expecting to send an offer to the Seville that, although it will not surpass to which already had presented the group londinense, has a structure that would like more to the hispalenses, ensuring besides the payment in two terms, whereas Chelsea proposed three.
Up to now, from Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán had denied any approach by part of the Barcelona and that only estabann negotiating with Chelsea. Said conversations could begin in brief, put the culés are preparing it and would be of 50 million net euros + ten in variables, insisitiendo in that it still has not been presented.
The position of the 'blues' is of indignation and annoyance by how has developed the final stretch of the operation by the future of the central of 23 years. They thought that they had it tied and, although they sent all the documentation and established the pertinent contacts, never had the green light final, neither by part of the Seville neither of the player. In this sense, in England aim that they already would be smart to desist in the signing.
What say in England
For example, from the newspaper 'The Guardian' stand out this Monday that "the played of Chelsea (...) It runs danger of fracasar, since the Barcelona denies to put end to the persecution", whereas 'The Times' establishes that Thomas Tuchel is very annoying and indignant, but also convinced that it has to have 'revenge' and will try que César Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso do not arrive to the Spotify Camp Nou under any condition.