British tabloids are reporting Chelsea are looking to complete a stunning €100m double swoop for the signing of two Juventus players.
The report is according to Italian news outlet Tuttomercatoweb that claims the Serie A champions are considering selling some of their star players so has to raise funds for the sensational swoop for Cristiano Ronaldo’s signing.
As a result, Juve are considering the sale of of both Gonzalo Higuain and Daniele Rugani to Chelsea while other report claims Paulo Dybala could be off to Liverpool, with Chelsea set to make a move for two two players once Maurizio Sarri is appointed.
However, the former agent and brother Nicolas Higuain has moved to refute reports linking the striker to Chelsea, as he claimed that there have been no talks with the Premier League club over his brother’s signing this summer.
The Argentina striker has been heavily linked with a €60m move to Stamford Bridge – potentially as part of a swap deal with Alvaro Morata.
Higuain has heavily been linked with a €60m and Alvaro Morata as part of a swap deal to Chelsea last week. Meanwhile, it’s claimed as per Sportitalia last week that a deal has virtually been agreed with Juventus over Rugani’s signing to Chelsea for €32m plus €3m bonuses.
The highly-rated defender’s agent Davide Torchia has recently hinted that Italian’s future would become cleared after Chelsea finalized their managerial situation.
He told Sportitalia:
“It is obvious to say that the Sarri question must first be resolved, then proceed with the negotiations and make them more or less concrete”.