Chelsea, Arsenal, Inter Milan inspired by Borussia Monchengladbach defender
Regardless of Chelsea’s glaring requirement for a defender reinforcement(s), the rumours including that position have been moderately calm, with Nathan Ake, Jose Maria Gimenez and Declan Rice the only ones connected lately, and just West Ham star with any conviction.
However, ideally the Blues are taking a look at a couple of names out of sight, for example, Matthias Ginter of Borussia Monchengladbach.
Inter, Arsenal, and Chelsea are interested in Borussia Mönchengladbach defender Matthias Ginter, according to Sky Germany.
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As indicated by report in Germany, Chelsea just as Arsenal are intrigued, however Inter Milan are apparently leading the race.
In any case, the Nerazzurri may decide on Hellas Verona’s Marash Kumbulla, a one-time Chelsea target himself, which could leave an opening for Ginter.
The SC Freiburg academy graduate moved to Gladbach from Borussia Dortmund in 2017, and has raked up an amazing 102 appearances for Die Fohlen in only three seasons with 36 of them coming this season.
The talented defender has made a strong, firm defensive partnership with Nico Elvedi.
Matthias Ginter has also been capped multiple times by the German national team.
Borussia Monchengladbach have qualified for next season’s UEFA Champions League with a fourth-place finish in the Bundesliga.
They conceded 40 goals, third best in the league and significantly increasingly great thinking about that the Bundesliga for the most part favors attacking football.
Matthias Ginter began as a defensive midfielder, however has since changed into a defender and is also fit for playing at right back.
The solid parts of his game-play are his ball-playing abilities, long passes and aeronautical ability.
Matthias Ginter midpoints 4.8 precise long balls like clockwork and his form, which is a little more than 6 feet 3 inches implies that he wins 64.2% of every single aerial duel.
He is splendid in possession and has been dispossessed just ONCE this season. Much the same as Declan Rice and Nathan Ake, his adaptability is a major plus.
Matthias Ginter’s contract with Borussia Monchengladbach lapses in 2021, and in spite of the fact that there is an alternative to extend it by a further year, the time could be directly for him to make a move similarly as he is entering his prime.
With West Ham making the Rice interest troublesome, Matthias Ginter could be a cheaper and great fallback choice for Chelsea.