Reports in Italy claim that the Blues defender Emerson Palmieri wants to ‘run away’ from Chelsea, and a Serie A return is on the cards.
The former Roma defender has only played two Premier League games so far this season, and according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, via Football Italia, he wants to “run away” from Chelsea” at the end of the campaign.
Emerson praised new Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel earlier in April but admitted his future at Chelsea is in doubt.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter are considering a summer move for the 26-year-old in the summer as his contract expires in 2022.
However, the Nerazzurri are not the only Serie A club interested in welcoming his services.
Juventus are also being linked with signing the Italy international with Calciomercato.com reporting the Old Lady could offer Alex Sandro a swap deal with the Blues.
Emerson is a long-time Juventus target, and the Old Lady came close to signing him from Roma in 2017 before he picked a severe knee injury.
According to different reports in Italy, Napoli have also set their sights on the former Roma man.
Chelsea target Sergio Aguero is demanding £200,000-a-week wages from his next club, according to reports.
The Manchester City legend is leaving the Etihad at the end of the season when his contract expires and there are four clubs looking to land the 32-year-old.
Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are the three teams battling Chelsea for Aguero’s signature, according to AS.
And the striker’s agent told Italian giants Juve they would have to cough up £200k-a-week in order to sign him, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Aguero is trying to capitalise on his free agent status with any club not required to pay a transfer fee for such a talented player.
Barca are unlikely to be able to cough up the big dough with their finances crippled by Covid-19, but the chance to play with his friend Lionel Messi – if he stays in Catalonia – could tempt Aguero to the Nou Camp.
There are reports Chris Smalling was robbed at home in front of his wife and two-year-old child in a horrifying ordeal for the Roma defender on Friday morning, according to reports.
Italian news outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, via the Mail, claims three armed robbers broke into the English footballer’s home and forced him to open his family’s safe, where the aggressors took items of jewellery and other valuable items.
Smalling’s wife, Sam, is said to have called the police at around 5am in the morning and officers arrived at the Smalling family’s villa, located around 25 miles south of Rome, with the trio very distressed.
The same report claims police are still investigating the incident and Roma have offered the support out to the player.
Smalling, who joined the Italian club from Manchester United on a permanent deal last year, was not involved in Roma’s Europa League tie with Ajax at the Stadio Olimpico on Thursday night due to a knee injury.