Andre Onana's price tag is roughly £50 million in cash

Andre Onana's price tag is roughly £50 million in cash, but Chelsea is ready to trade two players they acquired for a total of £130 million in return for the Cameroonian custodian.

Chelsea's offer to swap a duo with Inter for Onana

Last week, there were rumours that Chelsea and Andre Onana had reached a personal agreement. But the Blues and Inter have not yet agreed.

In the same manner that they turned down Chelsea's first bid of £34 million, the Champions League finalists would find it difficult to reject offers of up to £50 million for the Cameroon custodian.

Todd Boehly now hopes that the Italians will take money in the form of players.

The Sun claims that Chelsea is prepared to swap Onana for Romelu Lukaku and Kalidou Koulibaly.

While Koulibaly would be a tempting alternative for Milan Skriniar, who is on his way to PSG, Inter have previously said that they have no intention of paying to make Lukaku's loan a permanent transfer.

Onana, who claimed to be "so, so happy at Inter" on Saturday, has also been linked to Tottenham.

Fabrizio Romano believes a personal contract for David Raya, whom Spurs are also interested in, is near, even if a deal with Brentford is still a ways off since the Bees are reasonable in asking for £40 million.

Chelsea is looking at Onana's options, and Illan Meslier is one of them. Although relegated Leeds benched the France Under-21 custodian for the final stretch, the vultures are still swarming Elland Road.

But he won't go anywhere to be a backup: "If it's to be the number one, of course, you can't say, 'I'm not interested in Chelsea.'" He didn't dismiss a potential transfer to Chelsea this weekend.

In contrast to a major European club where I would sit on the bench, I would choose to join a less prestigious team where I would get more playing time.

Blues to sell Mount

Mason Mount may follow Koulibaly and Lukaku out of Stamford Bridge, but only if Manchester United pays out obscene sums of money.

Mount is eager to transfer to Old Trafford; therefore, United is aiming to get him. According to reports, personal matters have been resolved, leaving just the minor issue of the transfer price.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea wants £68.4 million to contemplate selling Mount to a Big Six competitor. It seems excessive for a player whose contract only has a year remaining, but Chelsea isn't backing down.

Neymar to Al-Hilal

Al-Hilal was never going to enjoy Lionel Messi custard-pieing them. And it seems that they have turned their attention back to his PSG teammate.

According to CBS, Saudi club executives began visiting Paris on Friday to entice Neymar with a sum similar to Cristiano Ronaldo's £200 million per season agreement.

PSG wants to get rid of the Brazilian, and Al-Hilal is willing to pay £38.5 million in transfer fees.

According to The Sun, Wilfried Zaha and PSG are negotiating for a free move to the French capital, and if Al-Hilal has his way, Neymar will train under Jose Mourinho next season.

According to Foot Mercato, Mourinho is their first choice for manager, although Al-Ahli also wants to speak with the Roma manager.

According to Reuters, Steven Gerrard may also be travelling to Saudi Arabia because Al-Ettifaq wants to offer the former manager of Rangers and Villa another chance to succeed.


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