Arsenal eye Jorginho move as Enzo Fernandez £105m deal edges closer

Chelsea can complete signing of their own Zinedine Zidane in blockbuster of Enzo Fernandez transfer

Representatives from Chelsea held a crucial meeting with counterparts from Benfica on Monday morning as the clubs discuss the possible sale of Enzo Fernandez. understands a meeting was held this morning in Portugal with the Blues looking to wrap up the deal that will cost them around £105million.

Chelsea are willing to pay the release fee, albeit they would rather do it in multiple instalments, and are confident a deal can be agreed. Reports elsewhere have stated that the Blues are willing to add an extra £10million onto his release clause in order for Benfica to accept an instalment payment structure.

Paris Saint-Germain in advanced talks to sign Hakim Ziyech on loan

L’Équipe report that Paris Saint-Germain are looking to sign Chelsea attacker Hakim Ziyech before the end of the January transfer window today. The Ligue 1 leaders are in talks with the Blues to bring in the Moroccan, and although an agreement is yet to be found between the two clubs, the 29-year-old himself is keen on a move given he has seen his playing time dry up in West London.

Talks are said to be advancing rapidly between the two teams, with PSG looking to bring in a replacement for Pablo Sarabia before the deadline tomorrow night.


Arsenal looking at late move for Jorginho with Chelsea willing to let Italian leave

Arsenal are considering a move for Chelsea midfielder Jorginho understands. The Gunners are in the market for a midfielder before the January transfer window closes on Tuesday evening following a long-term injury to Mohamed Elneny.

The interest does not necessarily mean that Arsenal are giving up hope of signing Caicedo before the window slams shut at 11pm on Tuesday. As things stand they are still optimistic that a deal could be agreed if Brighton bring in a replacement midfielder.

Chelsea are actively pursuing a last ditch attempt to sign Enzo Fernandez from Benfica and Jorginho’s exit could help fund their mega-money move for the Argentina World Cup winner

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