Breaking: Chelsea reach agreement to sign Spurs midfielder

There’s some big transfer news coming out of Spain this afternoon with reports circulating that Chelsea have reached an agreement with Sours to sign midfielder Moussa Sissoko.

The 27-year-old Frenchman only arrived at White Hart Lane last summer in a £30 million move from Newcastle United but it’s understood that boss Mauricio Pochettino has been less than impressed with his performances and is looking to off-load at the end of the season.

Having opted to go to North rather than West London last August, Spanish TV station Telecinco claims that the Premier League leaders have now reached a pre-agreement to bring the player to Stamford Bridge for a knock-down price of between £12-18 million.

This may not be the end of the matter however, with Express Sport declaring that both Milan clubs are also in the hunt and could still try to hijack any move to Antonio Conte’s side. Sissoko’s current deal at Spurs runs until 2021

11 Comments

  1. If it happens dat hazard z to leave first think about da replacement but we need him more two seasons at da bluez

  2. I see comments about Hazard, I think the greatest ever mistake Chelseafc will do this time is to sale Hazard. And in fact, if that happens, the club will loose many fans, even myself I’ll think twice. We can all see the shopping that other clubs are doing, soo busy in the transfer market while ours is slow. Like I mentioned earlier, that we are back into champions League, we need talented players like him(Hazard). The board made a great mistake of showing Matic the exit door and we all saw how credibly he performed in the Man Utd loose to Madrid. He was soo phenomenal. So at this point again we shouldn’t dream of letting Hazard go please. He’s already a legend on the pitch. Up blues, up Hazard.

  3. Pls do not sell Hazard. I am begging our landlords and our Lady to leave our star play maker alone. He is not for sale. Period.

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