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Milan goal Blues defender


Serie A giants AC Milan are reportedly keen on securing the
services of Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen.

The 23-year-old Danish centre-back has made just 15 Premier
League appearances for Chelsea this season.

He has occasionally found himself out of favour and was left
on the bench for the 4-0 win over Everton in their last match before football
was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Chelsea may be open to offers for the centre-half and
Calciomercato says the Rossoneri are considering a swoop for the 23-year-old as
they seek a defensive partner for skipper Alessio Romagnoli.

The Stamford Bridge club were linked with a few defenders in
the January transfer window, but boss Frank Lampard was unable to strengthen
his first-team options, with young forward Bryan Fiabema the club’s only
capture in the winter as he joined from Norwegian outfit Tromso.

Leicester’s Caglar Soyuncu and Liverpool’s Joe Gomez were
mentioned as potential targets in the build-up to the January window although
both would be tough to pursue from their respective clubs in the summer.

However, if Chelsea can bring in a new centre-half in, they
may well be willing to consider offers for Christensen.

The Dane is under contract until 2022, so Chelsea should be
able to command a good price, although Milan will have to offload a few of
their own squad members this summer to fund their transfer plans.

Chelsea are also seeking a new left-back, with Marcos Alonso
expected to depart for Inter Milan, and Leicester’s Ben Chilwell is rated as
their top target in that position, with Ajax star Nicolas Tagliafico considered
another option.

– TEAMtalk media



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