BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea ready to send star player to Napoli as part of deal to seal the signing of Osimhen. According to reports Napoli president has revealed that he’s ready to release Victor Osimhen to Chelsea in a deal that will involve Cole Palmer moving opposite direction and from reports coming Stamford Bridge is is believed that Todd Boehly is ready to make this deal happen as he’s very much interested in bringing the Nigerian striker to Chelsea during the summer. Give and take as Napoli request for Chelsea biggest asset.


Chelsea are on the brink of completing their first significant outgoing transfer of the summer window, paving the way for Napoli striker Victor Osimhen to potentially join Stamford Bridge.

In their quest to generate funds for the acquisition of the No.9, valued at approximately €120 million, Chelsea are opting to sell academy graduates, deeming it the most viable strategy.

As reported by Sky Sports Deutschland, the pieces are aligning for a deal that would see Ian Maatsen permanently move to Borussia Dortmund.

The young Dutch player played a pivotal role, scoring the second goal as BVB secured a 4-2 victory over Atletico Madrid, propelling them to the Champions League semi-finals. Maatsen has impressed immensely during his loan stint in the Bundesliga.

According to Patrick Berger, “Ian Maatsen is keen to depart Chelsea on a permanent basis in the summer. Chelsea are already aware of his intentions.”

“The left-back, who has contributed two goals and two assists for Dortmund, is thriving in his current environment and is eager to continue. His release clause is set between €35-40 million.”

Dortmund’s keen interest in securing the 22-year-old’s services is understandable, given his surge in form since joining the club. His Estimated Transfer Value (ETV) has soared from €6.6 million at the beginning of the year to nearly €19 million presently. Should this trend persist, BVB could secure considerable value for the player at Chelsea’s designated price.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are likely to find a sale within that price range satisfactory. The club recognizes the necessity for multiple outgoings to finance a move for Osimhen, especially with reports of PSG intensifying their pursuit of the Nigerian international.

Additionally, Chelsea are poised to offload Conor Gallagher and Trevoh Chalobah as part of a reshuffling of their first-team roster, although Maatsen’s move to Dortmund appears to be their primary focus at the moment.

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