Marcos Alonso has agreed personal terms with Barcelona, according to the latest reports in the media
Alonso has been a big part of the Chelsea starting eleven over the past few months – and has done a relatively impressive job at left-back as cover for the injured Ben Chilwell.
However – he could not agree a new contract with Chelsea and that allowed Barcelona to swoop in – make contact – and try to convince him to leave London over the transfer window
According to Bild’s Christian Falk that The left-back has already agreed personal terms with the LaLiga giants, and it’s now up to the club to agree a fee with Chelsea. who are open to the idea of letting him leave now they have signed an adequate replacement
After agreeing a massive £50M fee – Chelsea managed to sign Marc Cucurella this summer as Thomas Tuchel wanted to add some more quality to that left-back position
Alonso, 31, has scored 29 goals and provided 23 assists in 212 appearances for chelsea –
Barcelona look set to pay around £6m for the Spaniard, who is into the final 12 months of his current contract at Stamford Bridge