Chelsea and Juventus have been reportedly told to shell out €30 million if they are to secure the services of Benfica defender Victor Lindelof
Chelsea are reportedly back in contention for the 22-year-old Benfica defender and are prepared to meet his £25m release clause in January.
Diego Godin, Leonardo Bonucci and other top players have been linked with moves to and from the Italian top flight in recent news.
Due to his hefty release clause at Benfica, Chelsea have opted against signing Swedish international Victor Lindelof.
The final hours of the deadline day will soon be upon us and Chelsea are rummaging through the market desperately for a defender.
Chelsea are reportedly prepared to shell out £25 million in order to trigger Benfica defender Victor Lindelof's release clause.
Manchester United have set their sights on bringing Benfica's Swedish defender Victor Lindelof to Old Trafford in the summer, according to reports.