Chelsea Transfer News: Winter Targets.

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Chelsea Transfer News: Winter Targets.

Post by Anonymous » Sat Oct 17, 2015 4:43 am

After bringing Barcelona's Pedro to Stamford Bridge in the summer, Chelsea have more wing recruitment in mind this winter as new details have surfaced in their bid to sign Andriy Yarmolenko and Real Madrid's Jese Rodriguez.We fifa100 are the
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Yarmolenko's suitors reacted to Friday's news that the Ukraine international penned a four-year contract extension at Dynamo Kiev on Friday. However, Spanish newspaper Sport (h/t Sport Witness) claims Blues boss Jose Mourinho has already held talks with the player's agent.

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It's alleged Mourinho spoke with the player's representative, Mikhail Gulordava, after watching Yarmolenko in action during Ukraine's 1-0 defeat to Spain at Kiev's Olympic Stadium earlier in the week.

Despite the new deal, Yarmolenko effectively confirmed his intention to move on from Dynamo eventually, but he agreed an extension to net his club a larger fee, per the club's official website (via Goal's Tom Webber):

I still want that [to test myself in the best foreign leagues]. I know that if Dynamo get really worthy offers we'll find an option that satisfies everyone. I want the club to get good compensation for me.

I could have left for free in a while, but that would have been wrong. I am 100 per cent a Dynamo player. Our team is like my second family. That's why I keep doing my best to benefit the club.

Mourinho's Chelsea are hoping to hit back from a terrible start to the 2015-16 campaign, having opened with just eight points from their first eight games of the season and scoring only 12 goals.

It's true that defence has been the club's greatest concern so far, but it seems as though every place in the squad could be up for grabs as even playmaking stars Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas have been subpar.

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