Chelsea monitoring Neymar ahead of a big move in the summer

In the world of football transfer rumors, it’s not unusual to see big names being linked with big clubs, and Chelsea is no exception. The latest name to be added to the list of potential Chelsea targets is none other than Brazilian superstar Neymar. The former Barcelona and current PSG star might be set to join the Blues in the summer.

According to reports, Chelsea is monitoring Neymar’s situation at Paris Saint-Germain and is considering a move for the forward. It is no secret that Chelsea’s new owner Todd Boehly will be looking to spend big. And the addition of Neymar would be a huge statement of intent from the club.

Neymar is widely regarded as one of the best players in the world and has been a key player for PSG since his arrival in 2017. However, since the past 2 seasons, Neymar has failed to stay fit due to several injuries. PSG fans are seen to be criticizing the brazilian star for his whiny attitude on the pitch. The PSG board are looking to offload Neymar this summer due to his inconsistent performances and also his big salary.

Despite the lack of form, the addition of Neymar to Chelsea’s squad would be a huge boost for the team. Because it is clearly known, how big of a player Neymar is and as they say “Form is Temporary, Class is Permanent”. The 31-year-old is a proven match-winner and has the ability to change the outcome of a game with his skill and creativity.

Will Neymar join Chelsea?

However, it remains to be seen whether Neymar would be willing to leave PSG for Chelsea. The Brazilian will have a big decision to make in the summer. It is unclear whether he would be interested in a move to the Premier League.

Regardless of whether Chelsea is able to secure Neymar’s signature, they will definitely look to add talent to the squad. The reason for the same is the club’s horrific run of form in the 2022-23 season. With a new manager in place and a big budget to spend, Chelsea fans can look forward to an exciting summer of transfer activity.

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