Benjamin Pavard is keen to make a move to Chelsea if a bid is made
Bayern Munich defender Bejamin Pavard ‘is keen to join Chelsea if the Blues make a move for the out of favour Frenchman’… with Thomas Tuchel seeking to bolster his defence after missing out on Jules Kounde
- Benjamin Pavard is keen on a switch to Stamford Bridge if an offer is made
- Chelsea have been linked with a move for the French international defender
- Bayern Munich would expect a fee of around £30million for 26-year-old
- The Blues are looking at alternatives after missing out on signing Jules Kounde
Benjamin Pavard would be willing to join Chelsea if the Premier League club made an offer to Bayern Munich, according to reports.
The 26-year-old has been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, as Chelsea look to alternatives after they missed out on signing Jules Kounde.
According to Bayern Munich Christian Falk Pavard would be interested in a move to West London if The Blues make a bid for the French star.
Benjamin Pavard is said to be keen to move to Chelsea if the club make a move for the defender
Thomas Tuchel is looking for defensive options for his Chelsea side ahead of the new season
Bayern Munich would consider a bid for the defender of around £30million and Chelsea have identified him as a top target.
After Kounde’s decision to move to Barcelona ahead of Thomas Tuchel’s men, Pavard is one of four other options being considered by the club.
The Blues have already been linked with a move for Leicester City’s Wesley Fofana, after agreeing personal terms with the Frenchman.
However, the Foxes are holding out for a fee of £70million and aren’t willing to entertain any offers below that price.
The Blues have drawn-up a list of alternatives to bolster their backline in this window
Chelsea missed out on signing Jules Kounde after he decided to make the move to Barcelona
PSG’s Presnel Kimpembe remains another target, but he is keen to stay in France, while Chelsea are also looking at Inter Milan pair Milan Skirinar and Denzel Dumfries.
The Blues could face competition from PSG for Skirinar, who is valued at £67.25m, so Dumfries may be a better and more affordable option.
Chelsea open their Premier League next Saturday teatime, when they travel to Goodison Park to play Frank Lampard’s Everton.
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