Chelsea willing to offer Everton £60m with add-ons in an attempt to land Anthony Gordon

Chelsea Football Club is a two-time UEFA Champions League winner and earned a couple of Premier League trophies as well, however, they are now facing a tough situation for building a competitive squad to make a proper threat to its opponents.

The London based club is set to make a £60 million transfer bid for Anthony Gordon as they close in on the highly rated Everton star.

Why did Chelsea FC increase the bid for Anthony Gordon?

Anthony Gordon, 21, is a gifted English professional soccer player who currently plays for Everton Football Club’s first team under manager Frank Lampard, but has recently decided to leave the Merseyside team for a new challenge.

Chelsea FC, the London-based club, became Gordon’s preferred destination in recent months, and the Blues were also preparing substantial offers to persuade Everton to release this promising winger.

However, Everton officials became reluctant to offload Gordon after receiving an initial £45 million bid a few weeks earlier, and therefore, Thomas Tuchel urged the management to increase the bid, which will bring up to a total of £60 million for this talented English player.

According to many social media report, “Chelsea are prepared to pay Everton £60m including add-ons for Anthony Gordon.”

Upon receiving interests from the Blues, Gordon requested Frank Lampard that he wants to join the London club and that he wants the manager to look into the offer. Everton are also aware that there has been informal communication with the England international, with Chelsea willing to offer this youngster a lucrative deal.

Furthermore, Chelsea are willing to offer Everton a package that includes a guaranteed £50 million plus £10 million in add-ons for the 21-year-old, who has emerged as one of their top targets for the remainder of the transfer window.

The latest approach from the Blues is thought to have brought the two clubs closer to an agreement, with the Londoners’ hopes of landing their target man growing after Everton turned down a number of previous offers.


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