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Chelsea forwards Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Anthony Gordon ahead of Thursday’s transfer deadline are ‘unlikely’ – with Armando Broja and Christian Pulisic expected to remain at Stamford Bridge
- Chelsea’s hopes of signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are deemed small
- A successful move for Everton star Anthony Gordon is also reportedly unlikely
- Striker Armando Broja and Christian Pulisic are expected to stay at the club
- Interest is on the Albanian Broja from several other Premier League clubs
Chelsea’s chances of signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Anthony Gordon before the end of the summer transfer window have been assessed as ‘unlikely’.
The Blues have been heavily linked with Barcelona striker Aubameyang and Everton forward Gordon ahead of the Premier League transfer deadline on Thursday.
But according to the AthleticThomas Tuchel’s side ‘has doubts’ about a move for the Gabonese star, while their prospects of completing a move for 21-year-old Gordon are ‘slim’.
Chelsea’s chances of signing Barcelona forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (pictured above) before the end of the summer transfer window on Thursday have been assessed as ‘unlikely’
Everton and Chelsea are said to be ‘significantly’ apart in their ratings for Anthony Gordon
Chelsea made a £15million offer to sign Aubameyang earlier this month, but without an agreement on a fee with the club or personal terms with the player, they could walk away from a deal. His age – 33 – and high wages would be a concern.
The ‘significant gap in appreciation’ between Everton and Chelsea for the youngster Gordon is believed to be why the move is becoming increasingly unlikely as time is left before the deadline passes.
Elsewhere, midfielders Conor Gallagher and Christian Pulisic are expected to remain at Stamford Bridge.
Blues boss Thomas Tuchel (above) has admitted there may be no more summer sign-ups
American attacking midfielder Christian Pulisic expected to stay at Stamford Bridge
Gallagher is wanted by several Premier League clubs, while Crystal Palace – where he spent an impressive temporary stint last season – has reportedly made a bid of £27million. Pulisic has been linked to a move.
Striker Armando Broja, who has also been linked with a departure amid Newcastle and Everton interest, is said to be highly regarded by club chiefs and is likely to remain in West London.
Central midfielder Billy Gilmour is reportedly wanted by Brighton, but Chelsea would rather loan him out to a top club for a season than sell him this summer.