Published: Tue, March 20, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Marcos Alonso receives offers from two Premier League clubs to leave Chelsea

Marcos Alonso receives offers from two Premier League clubs to leave Chelsea

Now Marcos Alonso is in the Spain squad, after so long watching from the outside and wondering if he'd ever get his chance, the country's media will start taking a closer interest in him.

According to the report, Alonso only earns £90k a week at Stamford Bridge, but has been promised a huge pay rise should he make the move to Old Trafford, with Ed Woodward and company set to make him an "offer he can't refuse" to leave Chelsea.

One of which includes a "super offer" from PSG, who are looking to strengthen the left side of their defence and are reportedly open to selling Layvin Kurzawa.

The 27-year-old arrived at Chelsea after an impressive spell with Fiorentina and helped the Blues win the title last year.

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Alonso played a key role in Chelsea's title-winning campaign past year and has been the first-choice selection for the left side of Antonio Conte's system.

Beside this, Chelsea has in the past sold one of their best players at the time in Juan Mata to Manchester United.

He's strong in the air, too, having won 51 headed duels, and he has won 27 tackles, made 39 interceptions and 68 clearances.

His form this year also earned him his first senior Spain call-up for the forthcoming global break, and if he can keep a place in the squad for the World Cup, his value may yet increase.

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