Real Madrid have reportedly made Chelsea’s Reece James their goal of buying players ahead of next season.
Although his time on the pitch is limited by injury, the 22-year-old right-back has been very strong going forward this season, scoring five goals and six assistants in 22 Premier League games.
While Chelsea will do their best to hold on to the England international, Madrid have had plenty of chances to look at the top of the list as they have played every 210 minutes in their two Champions League legs, for the second time. in overtime.
Todofichajes reports that Los Blancos have pointed to the right-back as a form of weakness, a spelling of bad news for incumbent Dani Carvajal.
Madrid, who won LaLiga on Saturday, are said to have tested other options for the position, such as Pedro Porro of Sporting CP, but finally came to James after a keen eye on him in the Champions League.
James has three years left on his contract, and 90min reports that a new contract is one of the priorities for Chelsea once the club’s sales expire. He is expected to collect a transfer fee of at least 60 million euros.