Reece James Finally Makes New Decision On Chelsea Future Following Recent Update On Club Sale

The English man is linked to a Real Madrid move with Chelsea stuck on a sales issue

Reece James is eyes by many top tier clubs including Real Madrid who are ready to force a move this summer.

The Spanish Giants are aware of the situation at the English club and are hungry to take advantage after convincing Antonio Rudiger to a move.

Adding James to their shipping won’t be a bad trade for Ancelotti’s side as they set to land the best right back currently.

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Ranking above Liverpool‘s Trent Alexander Arnold and PSG’s Hakimi, Reece James is now valued at a very high price compared to last year.


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Chelsea face a risk of losing him to the hungry suitors but will continue their best to convince him and other important players to stay.

Following the recent update of the club likely hitting a stone end should it be true that Abramovich asked for a payment of his £1.5B debt, it’s now unlikely to see many players remain in the club.

But Todd Boehly and his partners are said edging very close to been named the new owners after completing many significant steps towards achieving this milestone.

Reece James who is considered transfer target by Real Madrid has inturn voiced his plans for the club amid the disturbing news.

“Am happy here at Chelsea and will always continue giving my best because it’s a dream I always had, to play for this great club,” James said.

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“I want to make history just many others who have come before me and I believe am on the right track.

“Leaving Chelsea isn’t an option for me because it’s more than just being on the pitch for me. Am a fan aside being a player.

“This season has been really rough but I hope everything goes well with the Board and we can achieve big next season.”

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