Chelsea hold ‘two meetings’ regarding player but ‘no agreement close yet’

Chelsea are currently working on a number of transfer deals to get sealed this window, potential outgoings and arrivals.

There’s a lot of work to do, but at the same time, the new club owners have even find time to sit down with current players to speak about extending contracts.

Sources: The very latest on Chelsea’s attempts to sign De Jong, Fofana, and Aubameyang!

Edouard Mendy to be particular, in this instance at least. According to The Athletic, Chelsea’s new owners have already held two meetings with Mendy regarding extending his contract. However, as of now, no agreement is close.

Surprisingly, Mendy has three years left on his current deal. But Chelsea want to get their best players tied down to longer deals in order to avoid situations like they saw with Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger this summer.

There is some way though before they find a figure that will suit both Mendy and the club by the sounds of it, but more talks will occur.

4 thoughts on “Chelsea hold ‘two meetings’ regarding player but ‘no agreement close yet’

  1. I agree with the decision. De Jong and Fofana are highly respected. Please keep Aubameyang aside. Chelsea have enough players. The problem is the way Coach uses them. Tuchel should use better squart and will Win Premier this season.

  2. Aubamenyang off please we don’t want him he celebrated our loss when his out from Arsenal to barca so he should be there and watch us win our title we have Armando Broja already so no need of Abumenyang okay TT

  3. Tuchel got his tactical wrong for subtition Harvert lasted 85 minutes on the pitch he hv introduced Broja 60 minutes 3 point lost despite Chelsea dominate d game. If Tuchel want Chelsea to Win this League this season he hv to use the player we all saw what Gallagher dd @ C. Palace last season with different fantastic goals this is a Business we want the League this season at all cost. @ BOELY pls we need sharp Striker like Drogba. Blue for life.

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