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Chelsea Transfer News: Atalanta Enters Race to Sign Emerson Palmieri

Chelsea Transfer News: Serie A club Atalanta are linked with signing the Blues left-back Emerson Palmieri.

Emerson joined the London outfit from AS Roma in the winter window of 2018. However, he struggled to break into the Blues’ starting XI, playing just 33 games in the league for the club so far.

The Italy international spent last season on loan at Ligue 1 Lyon FC. He played 29 league games during his time at Groupama Stadium, scoring one goal.

The arrival of Marc Cucurella earlier this summer, along with the return of Ben Chilwell from a long-term injury, has pushed him down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge. He is expected to leave the Blues this summer.

Chelsea Transfer News: Atalanta in a race to sign Emerson Palmieri

Chelsea news: Atalanta enter race to sign Emerson Palmieri
Chelsea news: Atalanta enters race to sign Emerson Palmieri

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According to Nizaar Kinsella, Atalanta have joined the race to sign Emerson Palmieri from Chelsea.

Emerson has two years left on his current contract at Stamford Bridge. The Blues are demanding a transfer fee of close to €15 million for selling the Italian next week.

Nottingham Forest is another club that has shown interest in securing the services of the Italy international. The 28-year-old defender is expected to decide his future next week.

What will Emerson Bring to Gewiss Stadium?

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Emerson is a flamboyant full-back who is capable of playing anywhere across the left flank. His key strengths are his passing and crossing skills, along with his ability in the air.

He played 29 league games last term, registering one goal and two assists. According to WhoScored, the Italian averaged 1.6 tackles, 0.9 interceptions, 2.1 clearances, and one dribble per 90 in the league last term. Apart from that, he also averaged 86.7 percent of his passes in the league.

Leicester City aims to keep Chelsea target Wesley Fofana

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Speaking to the media, Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers claimed that he wants to keep Wesley Fofana at the club.

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Speaking to the media, he said: “We’re not looking to sell. Naturally, if there’s interest from other clubs, that is looked at by the club. He’s a top young defender, and there are not too many around his age.”

The young Frenchman is one of the most promising defenders in Europe. He joined the Foxes from AS Saint-Étienne in 2019. He has played 51 games in all competitions for the club so far, scoring one goal. Fofana won Leicester City’s Young Player of the Season during the 2019-20 season.

Chelsea Transfer News: Serie A club Atalanta are linked with signing the Blues left-back Emerson Palmieri.

Emerson joined the London outfit from AS Roma in the winter window of 2018. However, he struggled to break into the Blues’ starting XI, playing just 33 games in the league for the club so far.

The Italy international spent last season on loan at Ligue 1 Lyon FC. He played 29 league games during his time at Groupama Stadium, scoring one goal.

The arrival of Marc Cucurella earlier this summer, along with the return of Ben Chilwell from a long-term injury, has pushed him down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge. He is expected to leave the Blues this summer.

Chelsea Transfer News: Atalanta in a race to sign Emerson Palmieri

Chelsea news: Atalanta enter race to sign Emerson Palmieri
Chelsea news: Atalanta enters race to sign Emerson Palmieri

Read More: Issa Diop to Undergo Fulham Medical, Will Sign Contract Until 2028

According to Nizaar Kinsella, Atalanta have joined the race to sign Emerson Palmieri from Chelsea.

Emerson has two years left on his current contract at Stamford Bridge. The Blues are demanding a transfer fee of close to €15 million for selling the Italian next week.

Nottingham Forest is another club that has shown interest in securing the services of the Italy international. The 28-year-old defender is expected to decide his future next week.

What will Emerson Bring to Gewiss Stadium?

Emerson is a flamboyant full-back who is capable of playing anywhere across the left flank. His key strengths are his passing and crossing skills, along with his ability in the air.

He played 29 league games last term, registering one goal and two assists. According to WhoScored, the Italian averaged 1.6 tackles, 0.9 interceptions, 2.1 clearances, and one dribble per 90 in the league last term. Apart from that, he also averaged 86.7 percent of his passes in the league.

Leicester City aims to keep Chelsea target Wesley Fofana

Speaking to the media, Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers claimed that he wants to keep Wesley Fofana at the club.

Read More: Carlo Ancelotti Believes New Signings Improve the Squad

Speaking to the media, he said: “We’re not looking to sell. Naturally, if there’s interest from other clubs, that is looked at by the club. He’s a top young defender, and there are not too many around his age.”

The young Frenchman is one of the most promising defenders in Europe. He joined the Foxes from AS Saint-Étienne in 2019. He has played 51 games in all competitions for the club so far, scoring one goal. Fofana won Leicester City’s Young Player of the Season during the 2019-20 season.

Chelsea Transfer News: Serie A club Atalanta are linked with signing the Blues left-back Emerson Palmieri.

Emerson joined the London outfit from AS Roma in the winter window of 2018. However, he struggled to break into the Blues’ starting XI, playing just 33 games in the league for the club so far.

The Italy international spent last season on loan at Ligue 1 Lyon FC. He played 29 league games during his time at Groupama Stadium, scoring one goal.

The arrival of Marc Cucurella earlier this summer, along with the return of Ben Chilwell from a long-term injury, has pushed him down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge. He is expected to leave the Blues this summer.

Chelsea Transfer News: Atalanta in a race to sign Emerson Palmieri

Chelsea news: Atalanta enter race to sign Emerson Palmieri
Chelsea news: Atalanta enters race to sign Emerson Palmieri

Read More: Issa Diop to Undergo Fulham Medical, Will Sign Contract Until 2028

According to Nizaar Kinsella, Atalanta have joined the race to sign Emerson Palmieri from Chelsea.

Emerson has two years left on his current contract at Stamford Bridge. The Blues are demanding a transfer fee of close to €15 million for selling the Italian next week.

Nottingham Forest is another club that has shown interest in securing the services of the Italy international. The 28-year-old defender is expected to decide his future next week.

What will Emerson Bring to Gewiss Stadium?

Emerson is a flamboyant full-back who is capable of playing anywhere across the left flank. His key strengths are his passing and crossing skills, along with his ability in the air.

He played 29 league games last term, registering one goal and two assists. According to WhoScored, the Italian averaged 1.6 tackles, 0.9 interceptions, 2.1 clearances, and one dribble per 90 in the league last term. Apart from that, he also averaged 86.7 percent of his passes in the league.

Leicester City aims to keep Chelsea target Wesley Fofana

Speaking to the media, Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers claimed that he wants to keep Wesley Fofana at the club.

Read More: Carlo Ancelotti Believes New Signings Improve the Squad

Speaking to the media, he said: “We’re not looking to sell. Naturally, if there’s interest from other clubs, that is looked at by the club. He’s a top young defender, and there are not too many around his age.”

The young Frenchman is one of the most promising defenders in Europe. He joined the Foxes from AS Saint-Étienne in 2019. He has played 51 games in all competitions for the club so far, scoring one goal. Fofana won Leicester City’s Young Player of the Season during the 2019-20 season.

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