The gun is tough! ‘Yung Thong’ OK offer ‘Singha’ asks to buy ‘Rafinha’

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Chelsea have agreed a fee with Leeds United for Samba winger Rafinha. For between £60m and £65m including bonuses. Only left to discuss personal contracts with players. Arsenal submitted a new price. But did not like it so it was rejected.

Chelsea the English Premier League club, are close to signing  Rafinha from Leeds United this summer. After many media reports in the UFABET same direction that Yungthong accepted the offer of Lions navy blue. Only left to agree on personal terms with the Brazilian national team wing only. 

Last week, it looked like Arsenal were the favorites for the 25-year-old. As the first offer was made. but was rejected Come this week. So have submitted a new offer to hope to close the deal. But still not as the team at Elland Road want. Which is estimated to be around 65 million pounds or about 2,805 million baht. 

Most recently , credible journalist Fabricio Romano reports that the Blues and Leeds have reached an offer to sign Rafinha. Worth between £60 and £65m. Including add-ons or approximately 2,589 – 2,805 million baht and must be paid immediately. The next step is to talk to the players about personal contracts.

On the Athletic side another trusted media agency Similarly reported that. Both sides reached an agreement at 55 million pounds, or about 2,373 million baht, but it is expected that the bonuses that will move up to 65 million pounds are not included, resulting in the Gunners having to find disappointment, while Barcelona has Calling Leeds again, but in financial trouble. therefore unable to submit the same as Chelsea

If the deal for the former  Rennes player is successful, the next player is Todd Bohly,  owner of the club at Stamford Bridge and interim sporting director. Intended to join the team is Manchester City ‘s offensive line Raheem Sterling to add to the team, according to reports, the new owner. Has promised to Thomas Tuchel, the German coach. There will be up to 6 new players joining the army.