Swan-Singha battle hard to snatch 44 million pounds of football from teams in the Premier League to join the army.

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Premier League giants Liverpool and Chelsea are reportedly set to battle over the £44m signature of their Premier League rivals.

Chelsea and Liverpool are currently sharing the same fate of dropping to the Premier League mid-table, will battle each other for the signing of Portugal international Mateus Nunes. from Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer Jurgen Klopp ‘s side are believed to have been close to signing Nunes since last summer. Before he moved to Molineux Stadium in a £38million move from Sporting Lisbon.

Swan-Singha battle hard to snatch 44 million pounds of football from teams in the Premier League to join the army.

          Nunes was less than a season at Wolves. But he may leave after just one season. Following interest from both Stamford Bridge and Anfield. The 24-year-old midfielder has 11 caps for Portugal and featured in the World Cup with Qatar. Wolves with club record fees In addition, he has played 17 matches in the Premier League so far. He is under contract until 2027 and according to The Telegraph , Nunes will cost around £44m.

          Chelsea have spent a huge sum of money since new owner Todd Bohly replaced Roman Abramovich in the UFABET summer . The American businessman spent 468.6 million pounds to buy players to join. navy blue lion The Reds, who are currently 10th in the Premier League and 10 points off the top four, have signed six players in the January transfer window. They also signed Noni Madeeke from PSV. £35m and signing Mikailo Mudric ahead of Arsenal for £88.5m

          Benoit Badiagil arrived for £35m, while David Datro Fofana and Andrey Santos signed for an undisclosed fee. This included the loan of Joao Felix from Atletico Madrid , while Liverpool , who sit ninth in the table and also 10 points clear of the top four, signed the contract in January. The only one that came was the capture of Kodi Kakpo from PSV for £ 45 million.

          Both Chelsea and Liverpool have also been linked with a move for Brighton star Moises Caicedo But face competition from Premier League leaders Arsenal, however, Caicedo claims his focus is solely on Brighton. and the Seagulls were eager to hold him back. Unless they receive massive offers from rival clubs.