Chelsea target player, Anthony Gordon has ‘agreed personal terms’ with the Blues, as player ahead of possible transfer move, according to Simon Phillips.
The Blues manager, Thomas Tuchel has been given greater obligation in the transfer market by new owner Todd Boehly and has distinguished the talented 21-year-old as a ‘top target’.
The Athletic have detailed that Gordon has informed Everton manager Frank Lampard that he wishes to leave his boyhood club and sign for Chelsea ahead of September’s deadline.
It’s guaranteed that the winger wants to play Champions League football and feels he has a superior possibility breaking into England’s World Cup squad assuming he is playing for one of the biggest clubs in the world.
Everton are also supposed to ‘be aware’ that Chelsea willing to pay £60 million to secure Gordon’s signature, with £10m of that figure potential add-ons.
According to GiveMeSport, he said:
“Anthony Gordon himself has agreed personal terms with Chelsea, and he wants to move clearly; that is very widely known at this point.
“He will do nothing to push it. I don’t believe he will go Wesley Fofana levels on it.”