Chelsea opens talks to add the winger algerian exciting in a attack formidable

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Chelsea has begun formal discussions with Brentford about his interest in the winger Said Benrahma, according to a journalist reliable.

The bluesthat has been one of the teams in the most silent of the Premier League during recent transfer windows, has become the subject of exciting discussion in recent weeks.

With the arrival of Hakim Ziyech of Ajax in the coming months, according to information published earlier this month Timo Werner could join him.

The pair would add dimensions exciting extra to an attack touting already Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic.

however, RMC Sport the journalist Mohamed Bouhafsi says that Benrahma is also on the radar of Chelsea, Leicester and Arsenal are also very interested.

The journalist tweeted: “Chelsea began talks with Said BenrahmaRepresentatives of.

“Chelsea has officially expressed its interest for the player to Brentford. Leicester and Arsenal interested. ”

Benrahma has moved from Brentford to Nice and has been one of the driving forces of the bees in the campaign for the promotion this season.

His 10 goals and eight assists in the championship have helped Brentford to the fourth place with nine games to play to retain a place in the playoffs.

In total, the international algerian three times has directly contributed to 46 goals in 79 matches.

Chelsea, meanwhile, ranks fourth in the ranking of the Premier League with nine games to play.

However, the top four of the Blues is far from certain, with Manchester United, Wolves and Sheffield United pushing for a place.

A TRANSFER WINDOW EXCITING FOR CHELSEA?

Reports suggest that Chelsea, a sleeping giant on the transfer market recently, might be busy this time.

The owner of Chelsea, Roman Abramovich, would have required the signatures of two marquee to Stamford Bridge before next season.

In addition to Werner, Ben Chilwell of Leicester, and the midfielder of Bayer Leverkusen Kai Havertz are related.

However, the two players will cost at least 70 million pounds sterling, which means that the Blues could punish a release to fund the movement.

READ MORE: Release expected at Stamford Bridge



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