Chelsea transfer news: Now Man Utd scupper Bakayoko deal

Marie-Ange Beliveau
Juillet 11, 2017

United's interest is another unwelcome development for Chelsea, who may hope their rivals are simply trying to gain leverage in their stalled bid to lure Nemanja Matic to Stamford Bridge.

In fact, recent reports have even claimed that the Red Devils have won the race to sign Bakayoko, stealing a march on the Premier League champions for the Frenchman.

The lavish price tag being placed on Dier is further evidence of the crazy prices being quoted for players this summer, with England's top flight clubs not under pressure to sell their star names with the guarantee of a huge cash windfall of around £140m each next season from the Premier League's lavish broadcasting deal.

However, the Giallorossi are in talks with the Belgian over a new contract and insist he is not for sale.

This is a little confusing! Who would say no to the biggest club in the world?

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Bakayoko was one of the constant fixtures in Leonardo Jardim's young side and racked up 51 appearances during the course of the season.

The Blues were keen to re-sign their former striker from Everton before United hijacked the deal to sign the Belgium international for £75m on Monday.

Jose Mourinho dealt a significant blow to Antonio Conte last week by completing the signing the Italian's main transfer target Romelu Lukaku for £75m.

Marca: City are one of four clubs ready to pay the £27m release clause for Real Sociedad defender Inigo Martinez. "But we are Inter and so we can decide to do whatever we want".

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