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Chelsea Consider Offering Cash Plus Kevin De Bruyne for Julian Draxler: Daily Soccer Report

Julian Draxler Chelsea Consider Offering Cash Plus Kevin De Bruyne for Julian Draxler: Daily Soccer Report

Chelsea are considering a cash plus Kevin De Bruyne deal to bring Julian Draxler from Schalke to Stamford Bridge. The deal may happen as early as the January transfer window.

Draxler is reportedly unhappy at Schalke after being played as a winger instead of his preferred central attacking midfield position. In addition to the interest from Chelsea, Arsenal is reportedly keen on signing the highly-rated German.

De Bruyne has been playing on loan at Werder Bremen, where the Belgian winger/attacking midfielder has made a positive impression.

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