It is possible to change the English Premier League (PL) record.
British media ‘Sky Sports’ said on the 30th (Korean time), “Chelsea is trying to finalize the contract with Enzo Fernandez (21, SL Benfica) before the winter transfer window closes. Moises Caicedo (21, Brighton and Hove Albion) and Amadou Ona He is also considering signing me (21, Everton).”
Be persistent. Chelsea joined the fight for Fernandes from the beginning of the January transfer window. His team Benfica stubbornly refused, but he did not give up. According to ‘Sky Sports’, Benfica will only accept an amount that meets the Fernandez release clause. The Fernandez buyout amounts to 120 million euros (approximately 160 billion won). 메이저놀이터
Chelsea, seeking a rebound in the second half, staked their lives in the winter transfer market. After the appointment of new chairman Todd Boelli, he is sweeping players. In the January transfer window alone, seven players have already been recruited. A total of over 200 million pounds (approximately 304 billion won) was spent, including the loan signings of Mihailo Mudrik (21) and Joao Felix (23).
He is also putting all his energy into recruiting No. 8. I fell in love with 2022 Qatar World Cup star Fernandez. He is a Shin Sung who has been active as a key midfielder for the Argentine national team. Fernandez started in the pre-tournament game and made a breakthrough in Lionel Messi (35, Paris Saint-Germain)’s ‘Last Dance’. He rose to stardom by receiving the Young Player Award given to the best player under the age of 21.
When the transfer rumors broke out, the manager of the affiliated team started to evolve public opinion. Roger Schmidt, Benfica’s manager, said: “We know that the club that wants Fernandez has approached him. They have to pay the amount equivalent to the release clause. “, he raised his voice.
Meanwhile, ‘Sky Sports’ added, “Chelsea can afford to pay Fernandez’s buyout, but it may violate the Financial Fair Play Rules (FFP) mandated by the Premier League and the European Football Federation (UEFA).”