REAL MADRID forward Marco Asensio is open to making the switch to Chelsea, according to the reports.
Reports form Spain suggest that Spanish forward is considering his future after failing to secure regular first-team football under Zinedine Zidane.
He has made only 28 starts in all competitions for the Los Blancos last campaign and made just a cameo appearance in Kiev against Liverpool.
According to Diario Gol, Chelsea are eager to lure Asensio to Stamford Bridge ahead of the next season.
It is reported that Stamford Bridge chiefs are pushing hard to secure his services..
They have reportedly tabled a contract offer that Spaniard would find hard to reject.
Diario Gol say Asensio is ready to decide his future after the world-cup tournament.
The 22-year-old is desperate for regular first-team football and ready to leave the club.
Asensio is contracted with the Los Blancos until the summer of 2023 after signed contract extension earlier in September.
He has previously revealed that he would snub a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu if the opportunity arose.
Speaking last December, he said: “I am at the best club in the world and I am happy at Real Madrid.”
Juventus and Chelsea are battling it out to sign La Liga giants Atletico Madrid defender Stefan Savic, according to the reports from Italy.
The 27-year-old center-back had a solid 2017/18 season in La Liga, making 27 appearances as he helped them to finish as the runners-up.
Savic previously appeared to play in the Premier League for Manchester City, but struggled to secure regular first-team football for the Citizens.
He was signed for £6m back in 2011 by Roberto Mancini however, managed just 11 top-flight appearances before making the switch to Fiorentina.
Following three successful years in Italy Savic has made a move to Atletico Madrid and become stronger and more tactically astute under the manager of Diego Simeon.
Chelsea’s disappointing season has shown the club that they are in need for a solid center-back.
Gary Cahill’s form was inconsistent last season, although summer signing Antonio Rudiger and from loan returned denfender Andreas Christensen showed signs of promise.
David Luiz is expected to leave the club after the end of the world-cup and Savic seems to be an ideal replacement for his signature.
Despite the unresolved issue of the Blues’ the London club are still actively searching world-class players in the market.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich ready to splash the money for the next season in order to return his club to the Champions League.
Juventus, meanwhile, after securing another Serie A title are in the market for Stephan Lichtsteiner replacement who has joined Arsenal as a free agent.
Sky Sports report that Juve boss Max Allegri identified Savic as his no.1 transfer target in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Bayern Munich midfield star Arturo Vidal has revealed that it would be a ‘dream’ to play for Brazilian club Flamengo, amid interest from Man Utd and Chelsea.
The 31-year-old midfielder has found back of the net 22 times in 132 games for German champions since joining them back in 2015, however, could move on from the Bayern Munich in the coming months.
Former Juventus star, who is out of contract at Allianz Arena next seaosn, is yet to agree on a new deal and Chelsea and Manchester United continue to be linked to secure his services.
The Copa America winner midfielder has claimed that he would only leave the German champions for a team that will be capable to play in Champions League, however, has now admitted that he is interested in signing for Flamengo.
‘I like Flamengo. I’m very close to Renato Augusto,’ he told Flamengo’s YouTube channel.
‘He’s a great friend of mine and always talked to me about the club and their fans. I’d like to live that energy. Playing for Flamengo, at the Maracana, would be a dream.
‘If they want to contact me, I’m here. We could win the Libertadores, Brasileirao, Carioca… everything!’
Former Juventus midifelder appeared to rule out a move to Chelsea after revealing that he would play only for Champions League team.
‘If I change my team it’s going to be for the better, to fight for the Champions League, win titles, fight for important things.’