Enso’s move to Chelsea is not confirmed, pending negotiations all night long

The tense tug-of-war over Enso Fernandez (Benfica) is expected to continue.

British multiple media outlets such as ‘Sky Sports’ reported on the 31st (Korean time) that Chelsea will pay a buyout transfer fee of 120 million euros (approximately 160.5 billion won) to recruit Fernandez. It is said to be paid in installments to comply with the rules of Financial Fair Play (FFP).

However, reporter Fabrizio Romano, who is well versed in the European transfer market, said, ‘The Chelsea offer continued tense negotiations all night. However, we have yet to receive approval from Benfica president Rui Costa.” It is explained that Chairman Costa hopes to remain Fernandez.

Chelsea’s interest in Fernandes began at the end of December. Negotiations will continue as of now, which has not been finalized until just before the transfer window closes.

Fernandez is a promising player who became a star through the last World Cup in Qatar. He played all 4 tournament matches for Argentina and contributed to winning the World Cup. He also won the Young Player Award given to the World Cup’s best rookie. 토토사이트

The price of Fernandez, who Benfica acquired from River Plate for 12 million euros (approximately 16.3 billion won) last summer, soared by nearly 10. Even this is not approved until the deadline of the transfer market.

Fernandes is also said to want to move to Chelsea. At the beginning of his transfer period, he conveyed his desire to transfer to Benfica, and waited while not attending training. After negotiations stalled, he returned to the team, but Fernandez still wants a transfer.

If this transfer is successful, it is highly likely that the transfer fee will be the highest ever in the English Premier League (EPL). The previous record was set by Jack Grealish (Manchester City). Last summer, he transferred from Aston Villa to Manchester City for £100m (approximately 159 billion won).

Chelsea, desperate for a rebound, are having a busier transfer period than anyone else. Previously, Benoit Badiacil, David Popana, Andrei Santos, Mihailo Mudrik, Noni Madueke and Marlo Gusto were signed, and Joao Feliz was loaned out. 

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