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Chelsea rejects Leganes €2.5m bid for Omeruo

Chelsea rejects bid for Omeruo

Chelsea values Omeruo around
€5m turns down €2.5m bid

The Spanish side has had their offer for the Super Eagles defender turned down by his parent club – Chelsea.

Kenneth Omeruo, last season was on loan at Leganes, where he racked up 31 appearances in all competition for the Los Pepineros – helping the club finished 13th on the league standings.

The defender impressive form last season spur Leganes to launch an initial bid of around €2.5m, but according to Aoifootball, Chelsea rejected the bid, as they value their player around €5m.

Omeruo has been listed amongst Nigeria’s final squad for the AFCON billed to start this month, and According to the reports, Leganes President Maria Victoria Pavon was hopeful a deal could be struck for the former Middleborough player to prevent a potential viding war.

The Spanish club is being said to return with an improved offer for Omeruo, who still has two years left on his contract.

It will be a dream come true to play for Chelsea – Omeruo

Omeruo, having joined Chelsea from the Standard Liege Academy in 2012 has been a nomad with six loan spells, in four countries – England, Netherland, Turkey, and Spain – representing the likes  Ado Den Haag, Middlesbrough, Kasimpasa (2015-16 and 2017-18), Anlayaspor, and Leganes.

However, earlier this year, Omeruo posited that it would be a dream to represent Chelsea, but at that time, he maintained that was not his priority.

On a return to Chelsea, the Super Eagles of Nigeria defender said: “Right now it’s not my priority. For me playing well is. And if I get called at the end of the season, fine.

“It will be a dream come true. But we will see what the season brings.”

The 44 capped international continued: “It’s been a good season for me. To be honest I’m just concentrating with Leganes to ensure we finish in a comfortable position. 

“And also, make sure I play a lot of games and improve my games.”

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