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Chelsea Defender “Settled and Happy,” Dismissing Bayern Munich Transfer Rumors



As Euro 2024 approaches, transfer rumors are swirling during the brief lull before the tournament begins. Yesterday, news of Bayern Munich’s interest in Levi Colwill caught attention.

The defender, who had a successful first season with Chelsea’s first team until an injury in the spring, was rumored to be a target for the German giants.

Today, multiple sources, including Nick Purewal of the Evening Standard, have refuted these transfer rumors.

Purewal reports, “Levi Colwill is settled and happy at Chelsea, and Blues chiefs do not want to sell the England defender,” effectively quelling any panic among Chelsea fans.

This is reassuring news for Chelsea supporters who have seen Colwill, valued at €50m by TransferMarkt, begin to realize his potential.

Selling such a promising talent, especially one with the skills to become a top ball-playing defender, would be contrary to the club’s goal of accumulating talent.

In a related note, it was mentioned that Colwill had overcome a minor toe issue in time for Euro 2024 selection, though England manager Gareth Southgate ultimately did not select him.

Colwill’s last appearance of the season was on February 2nd, indicating that the injury kept him out for nearly three months.


Chelsea fans will be hoping for a healthy and uninterrupted season for Colwill next year, as he continues to develop into a key player for the club.

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