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Chelsea board set to fund Marina Granovskaia’s £99m transfer budget to land Real Madrid star at Bridge in January



Good News to Chelsea as Thomas Tuchel and Marina Granovskaia set to close deal for double high-rated players

Chelsea have been chasing their shadows in the race to solve their latest dilemma but the Blues can take confidence from Real Madrid’s transfer plan last summer if Marina Granovskaia’s contract mission fails.

Chelsea have been chasing their dream in the race to secure the future of Andreas Christensen ahead of the dreaded January transfer window.

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While for many sides this winter period offers some excitement as the rumour mill shifts into fifth gear, but, for Chelsea, Thomas Tuchel faces losing some key players and Roman Abramovich could miss out on salvaging an early payday.

The Danish centre-half as well as Thiago Silva, Cesar Azpilicueta, and Antonio Rudiger all see their current deals at Stamford Bridge come to an end in 2022 but more importantly susceptible to penning their futures elsewhere.

In January, the quartet will become eligible to engage in pre-contractual talks with clubs over free arrivals in the summer and, while Marina Granovskaia has four futures to juggle, Christensen has proved the toughest customer.

While Christensen and Ramos are polar opposites with regard to the stage in which they’re at in their careers, Los Blancos finally bit the bullet and refused to be bullied into extending the latter’s future.

Florentino Perez accepted his club’s fate and waved goodbye to their 16-year-serving defender who joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free.

According to report, it is reported that to combat the Spaniard’s departure Real Madrid made a free signing of their own in the shape of David Alaba while also bolstering their midfield for just £27.9 million despite the pair joining for a cumulative £99 million market value, as per Transfermarkt.

Chelsea are seemingly already on route to pulling off the same bargain by reemerging as potential suitors for the services of Bayern Munich’s Niklas Sule ahead of the January transfer window, according to Guardian.