Liverpool targeting young Chelsea defender in the summer.
Premier League club Liverpool considering a possible bid for Chelsea centre-half Levi Colville as apotential defensive end to the season.
The 20-year-old English defender is currently playing for Brighton on loan. Do a strong job along with stepping up to be the heart of the team. By playing for the partisans. Including all 15 games
From Colville ‘s excellent performance Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was very impressed. And look at the opportunity to seize area at Anfield next season after the “Reds” are going to have a major blood transfusion.
Liverpool believe that negotiating Cloville will not be difficult as Chelsea are likely to miss European football next year. And resulting in the loss of a huge amount of income As a result. “Indigo Blue Lions” may have to release many players to maintain the financial status of the club.
Colville is contracted to Chelsea until 2025 and has value at around £16m.
since Colville moved to the local “Seagull”, he often faces problems with muscle injuries. The last time it made me miss playing many matches during January.
The 20-year-old Englishman has just recovered from injury and is back playing full-time. In the last league game, beating Crystal Palace 1-0, making this season. He has play for Brighton 13 games in all competitions Helping the agency rank 7th with a chance to go to European football. Colville has a contract left in the country
Tamford Bridge to 2025 and report indicates Chelsea impressed with player development and want to extend the contract again
Meanwhile, Chelsea have raised concerns within the club. That Brighton may preparing offer to try to sign Colville on a permanent basis in the next transfer window.
Before the international break, Colville had just given an interview. That he would like to give Brighton first and will think about the future. After the end of the season, however, the
That this player will want to return to Chelsea to compete for the position with We. Slay Fofana Thiago Silva, Kalidou Koulibaly and Benoit Badiagil