Chelsea appear determined to sell Conor Gallagher this summer. No new contract offer has yet been made.

Britain’s “Cut Offside” reported on the 19th (Korea Standard Time) that “Chelsea and Gallagher are not conducting new negotiations,” citing Parisiou Romano, who is well-versed in the European football transfer market.

Gallagher has been one of Mauricio Pochettino’s key players this season. He is active in all areas of attack and defense in the midfield. He was temporarily given a captain’s armband, with captain Reece James and vice-captain Ben Chilwell both out injured.

Statistics are good, too. According to soccer statistics outlet , Gallagher has five goals and seven assists in 36 games this season. He is second in average ratings within his team, behind only Cole Palmer. He also has a good overall record of being second in key passes per game, first in interceptions, and third in tackles.

However, Chelsea do not consider Gallagher ‘essentially’. According to Romano, Tottenham Hotspur continue to show interest. Recently, news broke that Aston Villa will sign John Duran through a swap deal. Despite this, Gallagher has not been offered a new contract.

This is because securing funds is the top priority. Chelsea need to secure funds by the summer if they don’t want to break PSR regulations. Selling Gallagher, a youth item, can make a big profit. So I’m prioritizing selling it at a reasonable price rather than holding it. In addition to Gallagher, Malang Sarr, Trevor Chalova, and Raheem Sterling are on the sales list.

Meanwhile, it is good news for the aforementioned Tottenham and Villa. With Pierre-Emile Hoivere likely to leave the team, Tottenham are looking for players to play with, providing a link between attack and defense. Rodrigo Bentancur may play the role of a link, but he lacks activity. Yves Vissouma is active but has a lot of turnovers. This is why he strongly wants Gallagher. Villa plan to strengthen their squad by reaching the UEFA Champions League (UCL) next season.

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