Chelsea will renew their efforts to signal Barcelona starlet Pau Cubarsi with plenty of Premier League golf equipment desirous to signal the defender.
Cubarsi, 17, made his senior debut for the Catalan giants in January, making an extra three La Liga begins in latest weeks along with his emergence one of many success tales in what has been a bleak begin to 2024 for the membership.
The centre-half solely signed his first skilled contract with Barcelona final 12 months however his progress within the senor aspect has underlined the necessity for the membership to agree a brand new deal.
Cubarsi’s present contract on the Camp Nou has a launch clause set a paltry £8.5millon
Whereas Barcelona have initiated talks over an improved deal, the teenage star is now being focused by Premier League sides, ESPN report.
Mundo Deportivo declare Chelsea are amongst them. Whereas the Blues are struggling on the pitch, the membership have set about snapping up a number of the brightest younger stars in soccer with Ecuadorian starlet Kendry Paez amongst these signing long-term offers.
The Spanish publication reviews Chelsea had been involved in signing Cubarsi earlier than he signed that first skilled take care of Barcelona final summer time.
The Blues stay involved in bringing him to Stamford Bridge. Manchester Metropolis had been additionally among the many sides within the Spanish teenager final 12 months.
Barcelona boss Xavi just lately revealed he’ll step down as head coach on the finish of the season however regards Cubarsi as an enormous expertise.
He has made six appearances below the Barcelona and Spain legend, together with league begins in opposition to Actual Betis, Osasuna and Alaves.
‘We had been joking about him the opposite day as a result of at simply 17 he already looks as if a veteran,’ Xavi mentioned after final weekend’s 3-1 win over Alavés.
‘He’s already taking part in like a participant who is much older than his years. He’s aggressive, he doesn’t lose possession and he’s so good at bringing the ball out from the again.’