With less than a day for the gong to close the transfer market to be sounded, the Premier league Champions are aiming at being the biggest winners in the transfer market as Gazetta dello Sport are reporting that Chelsea have remained in Italy to secure the signature of Paul Pogba.
However, the newspaper is also claiming that Juventus will remain unyielding to sell their most priced possession especially after losing out on the core of the team like Carlos Tevez, Arturo Vidal and Adrea Pirlo – it is believed that even a quantum sum of 150 million Euros will not be enough to tempt the Italian champion into leaving the maverick defensive midfielder.
Meanwhile, the reports also say friends of Pogba have said that the 22-year-old feels indebted to the Italian champions especially after giving him the opportunity to realise his dream at a tender age and handing him the legendary no. 10 jersey, hence he has pledged his allegiance and future to the Turin outfit.
Athough, the player have not ruled out a possible move out of Turin but on the condition that Juventus willingly accept any offer for him without him pushing for the move.
However,in order to sign the Old Lady midfielder, the Stamford Bridge outfit will have to break the British transfer record set by Manchester United(£59.7m) to bring Angel Di Maria to Old Trafford last summer, which the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich is ready to make.
The midfield of Chelsea have been the major culprit to the shabby start of this season with Fabregas fingered for his lack-lustre displays.
Should Chelsea sign the French midfielder, he will carry some of the creativity burden for Fabregas and create the desired balanced in the middle of the pack for the Blues.