Official! £104m-rated Hazard replacement confirms he will seal move this summer

Mohamed Akandji

Chelsea target Antoine Griezmann has authoritatively revealed to Atletico Madrid that he will leave the club amid the summer transfer window.

Regardless of the way that Chelsea are confronting an immense transfer ban which implies they can’t purchase any players for the next two transfer windows, the Blues are trusting the CAS defer the transfer ban and permit Maurizio Sarri to purchase a couple of world-class players, particularly with Eden Hazard all set to leave.

The Belgian is a major focus for Real Madrid and its an obvious fact that Chelsea are as of now planning for life without Hazard, particularly since he has effectively educated the club regarding his craving to leave, generally, another arrangement would have been agreed upon.

With that said, one name that has been referenced as a conceivable focus for Chelsea is that of Griezmann, who just signed a contract agreement last season with the Spaniards in the midst of hypothesis that he was set to leave for La Liga rivals Barcelona.

He was Atletico’s uplifting figure when they won the 2018 Europa League, scoring twice in a 3-0 prevail upon Olympique Marseilles in the finals, before helping them win the UEFA Super Cup. Griezmann likewise lifted the Spanish Super Cup in 2014.

Griezmann, 28, said he had disclosed to Atletico head coach Diego Simeone and CEO Miguel Angel Gil Marin of his choice and tended to the supporters in the video message.

“I needed to tell the fans who have constantly given me a ton of affection that I have taken the choice to leave, to see different things, to have different difficulties,” he said on the Marca site.

The news will by and by pinnacle the enthusiasm of Barcelona, who are quick to patch up the squad and attempt to sign a couple of genius names, particularly as they probably are aware adversaries Real Madrid are looking to put in some huge cash in the coming transfer windows.

Chelsea will have an additional £86 million to spend from the clearance of Hazard, so they will surely have the cash to finish this sort of contractual arrangement. What’s more, considering Griezmann has been Madrid’s top goalscorer for the last five seasons, he could be a completely phenomenal purchase by the club.

Amidst all of this Chelsea simply need that transfer ban to be deferred or dropped.