Blues consider signing €80 million midfielder

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Real Madrid midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni could be a target for Chelsea ahead of the summer transfer window, although there might be complications with any deal.

According to Fichajes, Tchouameni may be the target of a surprise raid by Chelsea on the La Liga leaders.

It’s unclear if Florentino Perez will contemplate selling the Real Madrid player, namely to Chelsea, despite the player’s inconsistent form this season.

Upon Tchouameni’s rise to prominence as one of Europe’s most promising midfield players, Real Madrid immediately signed the Frenchman.

Since joining the Spanish giants, the €80 million Real Madrid star has been crucial for the club, although his form this season has been inconsistent.

Chelsea want to strengthen their midfield

Amidst speculation over Tchouameni’s future at the Madrid club, Chelsea seem ready to seize the opportunity to sign the highly desired midfield star from France.

In the event that the London club decides to restructure their midfield at Stamford Bridge, they could wish to move Conor Gallagher to make room for Tchouameni.

Tchouameni to Chelsea?

With suggestions of financial constraints brought on by the potential to violate Financial Fair Play regulations, Chelsea are still in the market for elite players.

Given that the Spanish club could be losing seasoned midfield players like Toni Kroos and Luka Modric, the possibility of Tchouameni departing the Santiago Bernabéu may not fit with Perez’s strategy.

Chelsea owner is determined to sign the best players

The Blues’ pursuit of the former Monaco midfielder as the summer transfer window draws near highlights their desire to bring the best players to the club under the ownership of Todd Boehly.

But the outcome of talks between the two teams and Real Madrid’s unwavering will to hold onto their highly valued midfield player will determine if a deal is reached.

The French midfielder would take some convincing by Chelsea to join them.

He competes for the biggest trophies in football with the Spanish giants, while the Premier League club might not be able to provide European football to him next season.

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