Wednesday, 18 October, 2017

Tiemoue Bakayoko: Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea in transfer talks with ace

Rita Gibson | 20 May, 2017, 03:53

The four sides are Chelsea and Manchester United, who have been in the race for the player from the very start, and PSG and Liverpool, who have initiated talks in recent week's with the former Rennes man's entourage.

It is suggested that the Reds - alongside Paris Saint-Germain - have held discussions with Bakayoko's representatives as they bid to secure a deal for the midfielder.

It is thought that Monaco will be offered £43m in exchange for Bakayoko's services, with Chelsea considering including Belgium global Batshuayi as part of the deal.

But RMC reckon Conte will up his offer and instead lodge a £43m bid.

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Jose Mourinho is gearing-up for a busy summer as he needs to strengthen his squad if he's to make United genuine title challengers again and Bakayoko could be viewed as the ideal long-term replacement for Michael Carrick.

The Telegraph also claim that the west Londoners may use Michy Batshuayi as bait to tempt Monaco in to a deal with the striker facing an uncertain future despite scoring the goal that clinched the title against West Brom.

Monaco's crop of talented youngsters has been tipped to be taken apart in the coming transfer window, and it is thought Conte also has his sights set on Thomas Lemar, though given the Monegasque sides' healthy financial position, Bakayoko is Chelsea's top priority.

He is contracted to the club until the summer of 2019.

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