Noni Madueke have dropped the Chelsea transfer hint

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Noni Madueke could be Chelsea‘s next target after signing Mykhailo Mudryk for a record fee. Noni Madueke is said to be their next priority signing this January transfer window. The player have hinted that he could be open to a move to Chelsea. Moreover, the 20-year have been heavily linked with a move to west London. Todd Boehly plans on bolstering the Chelsea frontline more, therefore Noni Madueke is seen as an option. Reports claim that Chelsea are in direct contact with PSV Eindhoven over a deal to sign the player. The young player had left Tottenham Hotspur back in 2018 to join PSV. He have featured 9 times for the Dutch side and have contributed towards two goals. Despite his injury-filled season, his prior performances have caught the club’s eyes.

Noni Madueke have gained interest from Chelsea for the January transfer window

Noni Madueke have gained Chelsea’s interest after his impressive displays despite of being injured a lot this season. Although while Chelsea are eager to sign Noni Madueke, PSV are adamant about not selling the player this transfer window. The Dutch club had already sold their star player Cody Gakpo this transfer window. However, they can be persuaded if they are offered a suitable deal for the youngster. Madueke is said to be on RB Leipzig‘s radar as well. The German club is said to be monitoring the player for quite a long time now. The former Tottenham player have ‘liked’ a Chelsea fan post on Instagram. This might indicate that he agrees with what the caption of the picture said. Although he might have just liked the picture.

The PSV manager have confirmed the interest regarding Noni Madueke. He have insisted that he does not wish to part ways with the player. But the manager did concede if a favorable offer is made for the player then it is out of his hands to decide.

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