Date: 22nd July 2018 at 10:30am
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We’re at the time, in the summer transfer window, when speculation varies from day-to-day and moves on at an alarmingly fast rate.

Yesterday, we were happy to report, Click Here, that Chelsea were amongst the front-runners to sign the Juventus midfielder, Miralem Pjanic.

By revisiting the article, Click Here, you’ll see that the idea of signing Pjanic was well received by the Vital Chelsea fraternity.

However, according to the Italian news source, tuttosport, Chelsea’s hopes of securing the services of the 28-year-old Bosnian international could be set to be dealt a huge blow.

Our aforementioned source is championing the suggestion that Manchester City are set to sign the player and are lining up a bid, said to be of the magnitude of £89 million.

If so, I guess we could call it pay-back for the way in which we signed Jorginho who, at one time, looked destined to join Pep Guardiola’s band of merry men.

Possibly a case of some you win and some you lose.

But, if the above scenario does pan out, which of the two – Jorginho or Pjanic – would you rather see in the hallowed blue shirt of Chelsea Football Club?

Please feel free to offer your opinion in the comments facility beneath this article.

 

3 Replies to “Chelsea Set To Lose Out In Race For Bosnian International Midfielder”

  • It was obvious that Man City would try to flex its financial muscle against Chelsea having lost the Rolls Royce of European football. At least they have managed to gazump Chelsea, lets hope Pjanic realises that he has been used in a game played by the Arab owners and the ego of the manager and his place will be on the bench for most of the season (like Mahrez).

  • Where will he fit in when they already have Silva Spain and Silva Portugal, mahrez, and others but there is still space on the bench.

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