Nathan Aké Agrees Personal Terms With Chelsea
Chelsea have full agreement with Manchester City centre-back Nathan Ake on personal terms as Raheem Sterling deal moves closer to completion.
Chelsea now have a full agreement on personal terms with Manchester City centre-back Nathan Ake. The Dutch defender has agreed to the transfer on his side, it is now up to the two clubs to come to an agreement.
City want about £45 million for Nathan Ake, and did not want it to be seen as a two for one deal due to the fact Raheem Sterling is joining Chelsea too. Manchester City wanted the fee to be financially beneficial.
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According to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea have a full agreement on personal terms with Manchester City centre-back Nathan Ake. It is now up to the two clubs to come to an agreement, with City holding out for between £40-45 million.
Chelsea have full agreement with Nathan Aké on personal terms. Man City are aware of the situation on the player side, but still waiting to receive the official bid. 🔵 #CFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 8, 2022
City want around £40/45m for Aké and plan is to replace him with a new centre back in case he leaves. pic.twitter.com/Pyu8jwYf6o
Pep Guardiola‘s side plan on replacing Nathan Ake after he leaves. Josko Gvardiol and Pau Torres are two players Manchester City have been interested in, with PSG‘s Presnel Kimpembe another player to keep an eye on.
Manchester City will now lose two players to one club in one window after Ben Jacob‘s confirmed earlier on that Raheem Sterling was effectively a done deal.
Chelsea have agreed personal terms with Nathan Ake but must still agree a fee with Manchester City. Things edging closer. Told a deal very close to being fully agreed with City for Raheem Sterling, who has already agreed personal terms #cfc— Matt Law (@Matt_Law_DT) July 8, 2022
Chelsea reportedly agreed a €3million deal with Barcelona yesterday for Cesar Azpilicueta during a meeting between Todd Boehly and Mateu Alemany.
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