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CHELSEA now in talks with Juvents on HIGUAIN's loan deal

11.01.2019 08.58 by Claudio Colla  read 828

After having agreed Gonzalo Higuain's move in with both AC Milan and the player himself, Chelsea management are now in talks with Juventus, in order to seal the deal once and for all, according to Daily Telegraph. While Bianconeri are aiming to cash the 36 million euros set upon his buy-back, Blues are going for a no-strings-attached loan, or a year-long deal tops, having Argentinian international striker turned 31 last December, due to the club's policy on over-30 players. On his hand, El Pipita, more than willing to land to Stamford Bridge, is shooting for a longer-termed agreement for himself.

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