Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Madrid PLOTS Reece James Move As Possible Replacement [FULL DETAILS]

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Real Madrid are still keen on making Reece James move happen despite several offers turned down, MySportDab reports.

The Laliga side are still not giving up on their plans as they hope to make something happen when the window open for business again.

Chelsea might be in for another worries as Real Madrid are not holding back from their attempt to sign Reece James.

It was earlier claimed that an offer was on the table for the player who was quick to turn it down as he wanted to remain with Chelsea.

Reece James have a long term contract which was signed when Todd Boehly took over and there are still hopes of extension.

The Blues captain remain another player who have made a breakthrough from the academy to become a key man for the team.

Real Madrid who are looking for a replacement for Dani Cavaljar are hoping they can lure the England International to Spain.

According to reports reaching us from BBC Sports, they confirmed the Spanish club have returned for the player who they hope to sign soon.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Chelsea and England defender Reece James, 23, has been earmarked by Real Madrid as a long-term replacement for Spain’s Dani Carvajal, 31.

“James signed a six-year contract with the Blues in 2022.

Chelsea have not made an comment concerning the situation as they have made it very clear and by also making the player their captain.

James is currently out injured, but could make a return on Sunday against Bournemouth as the Premier League return for action.

The wing back earlier returned only to get another setback sending him once again to the medical team.

Reece James remain a vital part of Chelsea despite Real Madrid plotting to make a move happen which wont be an easy one to see happen.

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