The Chelsea transfer ban meant that Frank Lampard was basically forced to use only the players already present in the team and deployed to the junior team. He did it well, although I think the Englishman got into it too much. He finally decided not to make any transfers in the winter, although he could already make them. However, it turns out that he is slowly convincing himself of any reinforcements because it is said that the club may soon have a new helper. Chelsea is ready to pay £23m for Inter Milan midfielder Matias Vecino.
That’s what Express says. The source says that Chelsea has almost got along with transferring Matias Vecino from Inter. Inter Milan demanded £ 23 million for Uruguayan, and Chelsea reportedly agreed to it quite quickly, so negotiations were not too intense. Antonio Conte, who supposedly prefers to use the money earned on the helper for someone else, would have agreed to transfer the player, rather than using his services.
Chelsea are planning a £23m summer move for Inter Milan’s Uruguay midfielder Matias Vecino, 28. (Sunday Express) pic.twitter.com/YOfLWeZBVf
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Who will benefit? Probably both sides, although, as you can see, the Blues fans don’t think so. Chelsea will gain a player for little money who will be able to introduce some experience and cunning into the middle line. Vecino will probably not be the primary player but his qualities will come in handy when he gets off the bench or substitutes for Jorginho or N’Golo Kante in less important matches.
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In turn, Inter will get the funds it needs. Knowing Conte, he will probably allocate them to some unwanted player from the Premier League and restore him, as he has already done with a few of his players. Maybe these 23 million are enough for some Ozil?