Badiashile moves to top of Chelsea wish list

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TOP STORY: Chelsea have no January deal for Monaco starlet Badiashile

Chelsea are looking to strengthen their defense in the new year, and despite long-standing interest in RB Leipzig centre-back and World Cup breakout star Josko Gvardiol, The Athletic report that he is. Benoit Badiashile of AS Monaco who have climbed to the top of the Blues’ wish list.

The 21-year-old Frenchman can play in the back four or on the left side of a three-man defence, and the two sides are in talks over a deal that could be completed in January. The Principality club ordered a transfer fee of €35m to allow Badiashile to move to west London.

Badiashile, who has been in the Monaco system since 2016, has made 135 appearances for the club in all competitions and has been a regular in the squad since 2018-19. The 6-foot-4 defender has been outstanding this season with his ability on the ball and in one-on-one situations.

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Chelsea have monitored the player’s situation since the summer, although he has often been linked with a move for Guardiol. Badiashile is said to be a priority at Stamford Bridge, ahead of the likes of the 23-year-old Evan Ndika of Eintracht Frankfurt and 20 years old Piero Hincapie Bayer Leverkusen.


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– AS Roma is preparing a bid for the United States Johnny Cardosoaccording to Ekrem Konur. The Italian capital club are looking to add the 21-year-old Internacional midfielder to their squad in January, but they face stiff competition from Spanish sides Valencia and Real Betis. Cardoso has been a regular starter for the Porto Alegre club over the past three years, playing 39 games and scoring twice. He also added two assists. The Roma may have an advantage over their Spanish counterparts, however, as a result of their superior financial position.

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– Tottenham Hotspur could make some room in their squad by accepting Pape Sarr we had Bryan Gil moved to LaLiga in January, according to Relevo. Both players joined the north London club before last season, but with Sarr yet to make his debut, the 20-year-old Senegal international could be on the move to Sevilla. Gil, 21, has also struggled to get any meaningful game time under boss Antonio Conte following his £21m move in 2021, and Valencia are keen to make a move for the midfielder after a successful loan spell last season.


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