Marcos Alonso ‘considers Chelsea transfer request’ to force Barcelona move


Marcos Alonso are considering submitting a transfer request to Chelsea to force a move to Barcelona this summer, according to reports in Spain.

31-Age is admired by xavier On the side of Hernandez and wanted this summer in a reduced price deal due to his contract at Stamford Bridge expiring next summer.

Alonso has yet to renew and it is becoming increasingly likely that he will leave with reports suggesting head coach Thomas Tuchel gave his blessing to rear wing leave Chelsea.

Well Chilwell and Emerson’s Return Palm trees are Tuchelother options on the left hand side.

Barcelona have already signed Andreas Christensen and I want to add Alonso and Caesar Azpilicueta by their side.

Cesar Azpilicueta celebrating with Marcos Alonso. (Alamy)

But if they want to land both, or one or the other, they will have to shell out a transfer fee to convince Chelsea to sell.

It’s still unclear what Chelsea’s specific asking price is, but according to Spain’s claims by World Deportivo, Alonso is very keen to return to his native country and could push for a move by submitting a transfer request to pursue his intention and desire to leave Stamford Bridge.

AlonsoBarcelona’s future will depend on Barcelona’s finances. They are currently waiting for another economic lever to put them in a position to financially afford to sign players.

It is said that every time AlonsoThe Chelsea agent met with Chelsea over a move, he was met with the West London outfit’s refusal.

Speaking to Spanish radio wave cerohe said: “On paper, I have a contract for one more year and that’s where we are today.

“I have already said that I would like to play in Spain again, but it is not entirely up to me.

Marcos Alonso #3 of Chelsea.  (Alamy)
Marcos Alonso #3 of Chelsea. (Alamy)

“I can’t blame Chelsea for anything, but the desire to play in Spain is there.

“It’s not entirely up to me and I’m happy at Chelsea, honestly.”

Should Barcelona reach Chelsea’s asking price for Alonso, it is very likely to go. The ball is in the court of the Spanish club.


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