Chelsea knocks Juve for Matthijs De Ligt. The blues, as reported by Sky Sport in the latest market news, have asked the bianconeri for information for the 22-year-old Dutch defender, with striker Timo Werner as a potential and partial counterpart. De Ligt, linked to Juventus by a contract until 2024, has not yet found an agreement for the extension. The current agreement includes a clause of around 120 million, according to the news circulated. With the possible renewal of the contract, the clause could be significantly lowered. In essence, the sale of the Dutchman in the future could guarantee Juve a lower figure than the one the Turinese could obtain in this market session. We cannot yet speak of negotiations on the London-Turin axis. According to Sky Sport, Chelsea’s initial move would include an adjustment of 40-45 million euros and the card of Timo Werner, the 26-year-old German forward who has not shone in terms of scoring ability in the last 2 seasons in England.
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