Barcelona give Chelsea green light to complete January deal

Barcelona would be open to selling Chelsea target Denis Suarez in January.

As per reports from RAC1, as cited on the Metro, the La Liga giants will allow the Spaniard to leave the club providing the right offer arrives in January.

Arsenal, Chelsea and Milan have been heavily linked with a move to sign Suarez from Barcelona, with the Spaniard unable to nail down a regular starting spot at the Nou Camp.

Maurizio Sarri is said to be an admirer of the player and was keen to bring him to Stamford Bridge over the summer, however, his efforts were unsuccessful.

Suarez was understandably keen to stay at the Nou Camp and fight for his place, but he is now once again out of favour.

The young midfielder is yet to start a La Liga game for the Catalan giants and is expected to be on the move in the near future.


Agent says client signing for Chelsea in January is possible, claims they wanted him in summer

Elseid Hysaj’s agent continues to speak to the Italian press, with no fear that his quotes about a Chelsea move would harm the player’s chances of making it to Stamford Bridge.

On Wednesday, we already covered his rant in which he claimed that ‘players have a soul’ and blamed the Naples press for being so hard on the right-back.

Now speaking to Radio CRC (via Corriere Dello Sport), Mario Giuffredi has tried to say that things are cool between his client and Carlo Ancelotti, but he couldn’t avoid feeding the transfer rumour once again.

First asked if there are negotiations for Hysaj to join Chelsea in the January transfer window, Mario Giuffredi said: “What they wrote is not to be excluded, because Hysaj was wanted by Chelsea even in summer.”

“It seems to me that in that role Sarri doesn’t like Zappacosta and I think he wants another player. I can’t exclude it.”

Giuffredi was once again cryptic and suggested that if there’s no talk there’d be no transfers.

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