Chelsea Offers Enzo Fernandez and Marc Cucurella

Chelsea Offers Enzo Fernandez and Marc Cucurella to Real Madrid

Chelsea has reportedly made offers to Real Madrid for Enzo Fernandez and Marc Cucurella. However, the deals are not close to being finalized.

Defensa Central reports that Chelsea is planning to offload players and has approached Real Madrid regarding Fernandez and Cucurella.

The likelihood of both players moving to Real Madrid seems low at the moment. The Spanish club may not have a pressing need for either player.

Real Madrid is in search of a new left-back to replace Ferland Mendy, who is expected to leave in the upcoming transfer window.

Despite his potential, Cucurella has yet to prove his worth since joining Chelsea from Brighton.

It appears that Alphonso Davies is Real Madrid president Florentino Perez’s main target, making it unlikely for any deal involving the Chelsea player to materialize.

Real Madrid sees Fernandez as a capable midfielder who could strengthen their squad. However, any potential transfer may depend on the future of Toni Kroos.

Aurelien Tchouameni is another player Perez has confidence in, making it challenging for Chelsea to secure a deal for Fernandez.

Real Madrid is not likely to pursue the Chelsea players currently. They have different plans for the positions these players would fill.

Due to their recent lavish spending, Chelsea may face scrutiny under the Premier League’s Profit and Sustainability regulations.

Despite investing heavily in new signings, Chelsea risks missing out on European competitions for a second consecutive season if their expensive acquisitions fail to deliver on the field.

In order to comply with the PSR regulations, Chelsea must generate significant revenue through player sales. Failure to do so could result in point deductions next season.

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