Chelsea confirmed last night that it has a new owner. Todd Boehly is who takes over from Roman Abramovich as the owner of the Blues. Although there is no official figure, 'The Telegraph’ estimates that he will pay around 4.7 billion euros for the club.
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With the arrival of the new owner, it is very likely that the sanction imposed by the British government, where Chelsea could neither sell nor sign players, will be lifted and then other teams will finally be able to knock on the door of the Blues to take players.
For this reason, there is a team interested in negotiating with the London team to take two players of their liking who are seriously considering leaving the Blue entity.
Which team wants to take players from Chelsea?
According to 'Mundo Deportivo', Barça is very attentive to this particular situation. The Azulgranas are interested in César Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso. Both finish their contracts in June 2023.
Barça would also be after Christensen, although his situation is different. He is free in the summer, so the situation of the Blue Club in terms of the sanction would not affect him at all. In addition, the Dane would already have him tied.
'Mundo Deportivo' says that Barça has not moved a finger for any of them, waiting for the sanction to be lifted, but 'AS' assures that they would already have an agreement with Azpilicueta. The only thing missing is the approval of Chelsea. He would receive €13 million a year and would sign for two seasons with an option for a third.
Chelsea will also lose Rüdiger
Real Madrid has already closed the signing of defender Antonio Rüdiger and the agreement with the German is complete after he lowered his demands, as reported by 'AS'.
The current Chelsea player finishes his contract in July and will arrive at Chamartin as a free agent.
At first, Rüdiger asked for 12 million net per year, which Madrid refused. Now, it seems that he has lowered his wages and is ready to join a club he already fell in love with in the quarter-finals of the current Champions League.