Chelsea in Talks to Sign Manuel Ugarte from Sporting Portugal Amid PSG Competition

Manuel Ugarte has been talking a lot lately. Author of a good season with le Sporting Portugal, big fish are interested in it and fight to get it back. Announced initially at PSG, Chelsea entered the dance to try to overtake the French club.

The 22-year-old hasa release clause of 60 million euros that it will be imperative to get up to tear off his services. Although he is a fundamental asset of his team, the Sporting coach Ruben Amorim declared a few days ago that he would not be retained in the event of an attractive offer. “As for Ugarte, I can’t confirm anything. It is obvious that it is difficult to keep players like him, he has several clubs full on him, not just one, knowing that our plan is to sell and that we missed qualifying for the next Champions League. It makes things more difficult. Ugarte is one of the most coveted players.” he explained.

Whilee PSG had been the first club to show interestthe London club has increased its initial offer and would offer in addition to pay the solidarity mechanism, amount that Sporting must pay to the clubs that participated in the training and education of the player. The discussions between Sporting and Chelsea are very advanced but nothing is sealed.

If PSG already have an agreement with the midfielder on a contract until 2028the Lisboètes are waiting for the Reds and Blues to align themselves with Chelsea’s conditions in order to complete the operation.

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Further contacts are expected today for Manuel Ugarte’s deal at Chelsea, notably involving his agent Jorge Mendes. The journalist Fabrizio Romano announces that the coming hours will be ”key” in the conclusion of this case.

2023-06-04 08:57:22
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