Chelsea have their sights locked in for Romeo Lavia.
As the summer looms ahead, football clubs are well aware that time flies by in the blink of an eye. This is especially crucial for teams like Chelsea. Who have a significant squad overhaul on their agenda. It would be a grave mistake to become complacent and assume they have ample time. In light of this. It’s refreshing to witness concrete developments. Rather than mere preliminary discussions with agents and clubs, with regards to potential signings.
Romeo Lavia, a player linked to Chelsea since last August with limited progress, is now generating concrete rumors of substantial advancements. These reports indicate that discussions have moved beyond mere interest in the talented midfielder. Who recently played for Southampton before their relegation.
According to Football London’s recent article, Chelsea has taken the initial step by “opening talks” with Southampton regarding Romeo Lavia. Although there is still a significant distance to cover before reaching a final outcome. The club has commenced the process of moving forward towards a resolution.
Chelsea get tempted by Lavia and his talents
Moreover, Lavia, a talented 19-year-old midfielder, is having €25m according to Transfermarkt. He is not flawless, he is a player with many skills. It is crucial for Chelsea to avoid waiting too long in their pursuit of players like Moises Caicedo. Who may prove difficult to acquire. The risk of ending up empty-handed becomes more prominent if such opportunities are not capitalized upon in a timely manner.
As the summer transfer window approaches, Romeo Lavia emerges as one of several midfield targets that Chelsea has expressed interest in. After an unsuccessful attempt to secure Manuel Ugarte from Sporting CP and ongoing pursuit of Moises Caicedo. The Blues have initiated discussions with Southampton regarding the signing of Lavia, according to information obtained by football. London.
Despite Southampton’s relegation from the Premier League, the 19-year-old midfielder showcased his talent with 35 appearances and left a positive impression. Lavia joined St Mary’s last summer from Manchester City, and although Chelsea inquired about acquiring him earlier. He ultimately remained with the south coast club. Notably, he even did score the winning goal against Chelsea just a few weeks after the initial interest was expressed.
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