Chelsea, Manchester United tracking talented French defender
Marseille are eager to sell Boubacar Kamara to Chelsea and Manchester United for €40m, as indicated by a report.
The talented youngster has developed as one of Europe’s most amazing defender after breaking into Marseille’s side three seasons prior.
Boubacar Kamara has played 61 times for the French side.
Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City are on the whole enthused about the centre-back, Marseille could sell him because of financial issue caused by Covid-19 pandemic.
Marseille would be tempted to sell Boubacar Kamara if Chelsea, Manchester United and other clubs could pay €40m for his services.
In contrast to most of clubs across Europe, Chelsea and Manchester United apparently ready to spend big this transfer window.
Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has just shown his side’s will be signing talented players.
Chelsea couldn’t spend the previous summer and didn’t get any prompt deals over the line in January.
The Blues have developed as the side to watch in the up and coming window, with the club apparently agreeing a deal to sign RB Leipzig Timo Werner.
Ajax Hakim Ziyech will be moving to Stamford Bridge in February.
Manchester City are searching for another centre-back subsequent to failing to replace Vincent Kompany the previous summer.
That choice demonstrated exorbitant, with Aymeric Laporte out since August with injury, in spite of the fact that he should return in the coming weeks.
Chelsea and Manchester United continue their Premier League campaign this week with matches against Aston Villa and Tottenham, individually.
Chelsea sit fourth, three points ahead of Manchester United in fifth.
Jorginho will miss Chelsea’s game with Aston Villa due to suspension, while Manchester United have a completely fit team to confront Tottenham Hotspur.
Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford have both come back from injury for Manchester United and Pogba could play alongside Bruno Fernandes in midfield.