Chelsea have made an improved offer of €20M for Rennes goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, according to several reports.
After their first €17M offer was turned down, Chelsea have made a second bid of €20M for Eduardo Mendy.
After failed impressions by Spanish Goalkeeper, Kepa Arrizabalaga, the Blues are looking to sign Rennes 28-year-old keeper to provide competition to Kepa.
Chelsea have made an improved bid of €20 million (£18m/$24m) for Rennes goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, after their initial bid was turned down. Goal can confirm.
Kepa who had been linked to a move away from Chelsea after a disgraceful season, will be provided with a good competitor, since Caballero didn’t motivate him a lot.
Cech has advised Frank Lampard’s Chelsea to give Kepa Arrizabalaga another chance to prove himself. The Chelsea legend advised the club that instead of offloading the keeper, they should provide him with a good young competitor to motivate him.
The Sun reported earlier in the week that Rennes turned down Chelsea’s offer of €17m (£15m/$20m) for Mendy, and Frank Lampard’s side have now returned with an improved bid of €20M
The 28 years old Senegalese will be hoping for a move to London from France once his club accepts Chelsea improved offer.