The Albiceleste with the Blues
In England, the Chelsea transfer window is talking! The Blues will go all out on a new football star. The Times is talking about a check for £106m, or around €120m! And as the English daily reports in its inside pages, it is Enzo Fernandez, the midfielder of Benfica! Freshly elected best young player of the World Cup, he has been attracting envy ever since. And if we are to believe Record, in Portugal, the offer could even be higher than 120 M€, the amount of the Argentinian’s release clause! Definitely, all the English clubs are tearing it up. As a reminder, Benfica had already refused a €100m offer from Newcastle a few days ago…
Giroud the Milanese
On the Italian side, it is Olivier Giroud who makes the front page of La Gazzetta dello Sport. Yesterday, we reported to you that AC Milan wanted to extend the top scorer in the history of the Blues. Well, if we are to believe the pink paper newspaper, an agreement has already been reached with Giroud! He is just returning to Milan today, and the formalization of this extension should happen very quickly, during the month of January. Indeed, the discussions had already been underway for some time, which facilitated this agreement. According to The Gazzettahe should only extend for an additional year, so until the summer of 2024. His salary should remain close to what he was already receiving at the Lombard club, i.e. around €3 million per year.
Felix pushed out
Come on, head to Spain now with the newspaper brand which provides us with transfer window information concerning Atlético de Madrid. The Colchoneros want to get rid of João Félix this winter, it is their stated objective. Basically, only a transfer would be accepted, this is what has been said in the Iberian press. But today brand seems to say quite the opposite! “ A loan as the only way out “, thus titles the media. It must be said that the price claimed by the club has cooled more than one: between 130 and 140 M€. Too high a price for most candidates. But the Colchoneros leaders have visibly changed their minds. For now, Manchester United still seems to be the best candidate!