CHELSEA have pulled the plug on their bid to sign Wesley Fofana after Leicester City threw out a THIRD bid worth £70million including add-ons.Information Guide Nigeria
SunSport understands Thomas Tuchel, who was desperate to land the 21-year-old French sensation, will now turn his attention to alternative targets. Frustrated Chelsea chiefs feel the Foxes have priced Fofana out of his dream move after digging in for a joint world record fee of £85million for their star defender.
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Even the big-spending Blues – bankrolled by ambitious new owner Todd Boehly – believe that’s way too rich for a 21-year-old. He also missed half of last season with a leg break and has played fewer than 40 Premier League games.
According to thesun report, Chelsea were prepared to offer £60million with a further £10million in add-ons.JAMB Result
However, Leicester felt the incentives were far from realistic and refused to budge.
It had been speculated that the Foxes were willing to offload Fofana, after Brendan Rodgers made him watch Saturday’s defeat at home to Southampton, from a seat in the main stand.
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