HomeFootballChelsea offloads 4 players to Saudi Pro League 

Chelsea offloads 4 players to Saudi Pro League 

Starting off with Chelsea’s most versatile midfielder N’Golo Kante has already signed a contract to join Al Ittihad before becoming a free agent at the end of June. Chelsea have discussed a new contract with Kante, but they are aware of his desire to take on new challenges. The 32-year-old, who was injured for the duration of last season and will depart with Chelsea’s best wishes after seven years of service, will do so with the mutual respect and goodwill of all parties. 

Outcast goalkeeper Edouard Mendy’s potential signing by Al Ahli is already in advanced negotiations and it’s confirmed that he is moving to Saudi Arabia. He made only one appearance for Chelsea following the winter World Cup as the 31-year-old Mendy, who still has 2 years left on his current deal, lost his starting spot to Kepa last season. Read More: Arsenal Transfer News: Gunners Interested in Brazilian wonderkid.

Al Nassr and winger Hakim Ziyech are close to signing a contract, and there shouldn’t be any issues regarding personal terms. In January, Ziyech was close to moving to PSG, but the deal fell through due to paperwork, so he remained where he was. 

Kalidou Koulibaly’s potential deal with Al Hilal has sparked negotiations and are closing in on a successful transfer. Although simply seeking a loan agreement, Inter Milan was interested in the Senegalese international. But as of right now, the Blues have no intention of approving Koulibaly’s loan transfer. Read More: Juventus Transfer News: The Old Lady is set to get rid of underperforming players in an attempt to reclaim the Scudetto.

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Niladri Biswas
Niladri Biswashttp://thesportslite.com
Niladri is a football enthusiast and die-hard fan of Liverpool FC. He is currently living his passion through writing about his favorite sport at The Sportslite. He sees himself as a renowned football journalist in the future.

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