Exclusive claims Chelsea will consider bids for midfielder who is reluctant to sign 8 year deal

Chelsea are once again going to try and sell Conor Gallagher to raise money to balance their books after two years of heavy spending.

That’s the word in Matt Hughes’ exclusive in the Daily Mail today, as shocking as it may be. The club tried the same thing in summer, and since then the midfielder has played almost every game, many of them as captain.

But Gallagher is reluctant to sign a new deal of the magnitude (7 or 8 years) that the club want – can you blame him? And that only increases their desire to sell him, before his value starts to drop, with his current deal expiring at the end of next season.

The atmosphere in the fanbase is already dire. If the sporting directors do indeed go on to sell a versatile, useful, much liked, hard working, home grown player just to pay for the average, disinterested players they hand-picked and overpaid for, things may get mutinous.


  1. Let him go and play better against CFC . It’s better to get more skillful player’s industrious player for the club . Their are much better in the academy that can step in . The problem is the manager stubborness, Maatsen can be much better than Gallagher. He can play Palmer in central midfield alongside Enzo caceido then play mudryk noni at wing NKunKu upfront. While Lavia still not fit to play maatsen playing in central midfield too . Soon Lavia ready . Lavia caceido Enzo then NKunKu Palmer Jackson . Or cucurella can play DCM with Enzo caceido while Lavia not fit yet . Bench Gallagher. . I endorse maatsen than Gallagher.

  2. The opinions of the fanbase couldn’t be less relevant and it’s kind of hilarious that SuperFrank talks like they are a matter of life and death. Just look at how dead wrong the supporters were about the sale of Mason Mount, lol! SuperFrank was apoplectic back when this deal was announced but has since acted as if it was brilliant business. It’s frankly laughable how fickle the fans can be and it’s absolutely essential that management continue to tune out the incessant noise!

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