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Chelsea defender offered to Inter Milan in 15 million euro deal

Chelsea defender offered to Inter Milan in 15 million euro deal

Chelsea’s mean defence

The goal conceded against Manchester United, from a rare Jorginho mistake, was only the fifth that Chelsea have conceded in the league this season.

The Blues boast the meanest defence in the division, and sit atop the table largely thanks to this, with goals proving hard to come by in some encounters, such as the one against the Red Devils.

Beyond the current campaign, however, it is looking far less rosy.

At present, all of Thiago Silva, Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta and Andreas Christensen are set to depart on free transfers as their contracts in west London come to an end.

It would represent a massive blow to the club, with the quartet representing all of Chelsea’s most experienced defenders.

Malang Sarr on his way?

And there could yet be a fifth departure, in the form of Malang Sarr, from Stamford Bridge in the next twelve months.

As per Italian outlet La Gazzetta Della Sport, the Blues have offered Inter Milan the chance to sign the former Nice man, who only joined the blues 18 months ago.

However, after a loan spell at Porto this season, the emergence of Trevor Chalobah has meant that his first team opportunities have been extremely limited.

All told, he has made just 3 appearances thus far, two of those coming in the Carabao Cup.

However, Inter Milan are thought not to want the defender at present, who is allegedly being offered in a loan move with an option to buy of around 15 million euros.

This could change should defenders depart the Milan outfit, with Stefan De Vrij among those attracting Premier League interest.

Until then, however, Sarr is left in limbo.

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