Chelsea launch final bid for Enzo Fernandez. Chelsea is prepared to use Enzo Fernandez’s £106 million buyout clause in order to sign him before the January transfer window ends.
Early in the month, the Blues’ bid of about £75 million plus bonuses for the Argentine player was turned down.
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In response, the Premier League powerhouses have dispatched a delegation to Benfica to facilitate fresh negotiations and have offered to pay the 22-year-£106 old’s million release clause in installments, according to Futebol.
Chelsea, which is under pressure to complete the deal within the next 48 hours, will allegedly agree to pay the 22-year-£106 old’s million release clause in installments.
Benfica has always demanded that the whole release clause be paid up front rather than Chelsea’s offer of £37.3 million over three years.