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Chelsea handed boost in transfer quest for £35.9m star as alternatives stay open for Lampard.

DEmmanuel 06/28/2020

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Chelsea could exploit Marseille's monetary issues to sign profoundly evaluated defender Boubacar Kamara. 

Chelsea have supposedly been given a lift in their quest for Boubacar Kamara as Marseille battle to adjust the books in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The Ligue 1 side are feeling the need to sell a portion of their star players so as to raise assets and facilitate the budgetary strain on the club. 

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Chelsea are set to experience a significant team upgrade this summer with Hakim Ziyech joining from Ajax in a £33.4million deal and the Blues have likewise signed Timo Werner from RB Leipzig. 

Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell is next on the transfer list of players to get and Kai Havertz is likewise on the club's radar while fortifications in focal defence are wanted. 

Chelsea have checked Kamara's circumstance before, recognizing him as one of a few potential signings who could build up themselves close by Antonio Rudiger at the core of the Blues defencs. 

What's more, presently the Stamford Bridge club have as far as anyone knows got added support to seek after a transfer after reports from France propose Marseille are needing a money infusion. 

It is reported that €40m (£35.9m) could be sufficient to prise the Frenchman away from the State Velodrome. 

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Kamara is a France Under-21 international and has the adaptability to play in midfield, an attribute that will be welcome to any forthcoming admirer. 

Kamara, who is under contract until 2022, made 28 appearances across all competitions before the football season in France was canceled. 

The adolescent fits the profile of players Chelsea are keen on signing, with manager Frank Lampard making an energizing, energetic team revolved around academy graduates. 

What's more, Kamara would have a decent possibility of establishing a first-team place with Kurt Zouma, Andreas Christensen and Tomori all neglecting to reliably dazzle.

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NwikwohPromzyDavid · 06/28/2020
he's good to go

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