A delegation led by the Saudi Arabian government’s head of football are in London to discuss a move for three wantaway Chelsea stars.
According to Get Football News France, A Saudi Arabian delegation are in London to hold talks with Chelsea for three of their players.
Kalidou Koulibaly, Edouard Mendy and Hakim Ziyech remain linked with moves to the middle eastern league, with none wanted at Stamford Bridge.
The Saudi Arabian wave continues to catch the Premier League like an abrupt sandstorm as more players are seemingly linked with moves.
The middle eastern league, run by the Saudi PIF, have brought in some well-known names, which may seem reminiscent of what China did many years ago.
Yet, the Saudi clubs are offering significant sums and remain in talks with several top-class players to make the move.
After links to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in recent weeks, a delegation led by the Saudi Arabian government’s head of football are in London to discuss three moves with Chelsea.
Kalidou Koulibaly, Hakim Ziyech and Edouard Mendy are the players linked.
Koulibaly was recently linked with a return to Italy, but it may appear a move to Saudi would suit all parties.
The PIF had already approached Chelsea for Koulibaly earlier, but now they want to take the next steps.
Among the top clubs in Saudi, one of those could seek a defender in their team, as has been the selection process in recent weeks.
As for Chelsea, they will like the idea of the Saudi delegation signing three of their players.