Personal terms agreed for next major Chelsea transfer |

Personal terms agreed for next major Chelsea transfer

Personal terms agreed for next major Chelsea transfer

Personal terms agreed for next major Chelsea transfer

Personal terms agreed for next major Chelsea transfer

Personal terms agreed for next major Chelsea transfer

Jules Kounde has told Sevilla he wants to leave for a bigger club as Chelsea continue their pursuit of the French center-back

Chelsea began working on a deal to sign Kounde a few weeks ago.

However, they put their pursuit on the back burner to focus on re-signing striker Romelu Lukaku.

With Lukaku now back at Stamford Bridge, they can turn their attention back to Kounde.

The 22-year-old has established himself as one of Europe’s most promising center-backs in recent years.

He earned his place in France’s squad for Euro 2020 and will likely be an international for years to come.

But after making the breakthrough for his country, he now wants to join a bigger club.

Although Sevilla have qualified for this season’s Champions League

Chelsea won the whole thing just a few months ago.

Thomas Tuchel is building for a Premier League title challenge and becoming a Blue would be a step up for Kounde.

Personal terms agreed for next major Chelsea transfer

According to Mundo Deportivo, the defender is now waiting for Chelsea to approach his club.

He has already agreed on personal terms, but that will be no use if the Blues can’t agree on a fee with Sevilla.

Kounde is protected by a release clause worth €80m, which has now risen to €90m for the last fortnight of the transfer window.

But there is a feeling that Sevilla would still be willing to do business for €70m.

However, the La Liga side doesn’t intend to offer France International in any swap deal.

Stamford Bridges reported earlier this summer could present Kurt and Alonso in the deal.

But Sevilla reported they wanted cash for the player not interested in any swap deal.

Kounde has not been taking part in the Sevilla matches hoping not to risk the ahead of a possible transfer.

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