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Chelsea make approach to sign Manchester United player, he’s rejected them 

 Chelsea make approach to sign Manchester United player, he’s rejected them 

Simon Phillips, a journalist, reported on his Substack that Chelsea’s offer to sign Manchester United’s Alejandro Garnacho was refused.

Despite the plethora of talent available to Erik ten Hag, the Argentine has emerged into a candidate to start matches at Old Trafford.

In the final minute of the Premier League match against Fulham, he scored the game-winning goal, sending the Red Devils into the international break in winning fashion.

Chelsea, meanwhile, struggled to score goals before to the World Cup break.

The likes of Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang underachieved as Chelsea lost to several of the league’s strongest clubs.

Phillips asserts that they have made a hopeful effort to sign the Manchester United player, whose uncertain future is due to his contract predicament.

He said: “Well, sources tell me that Chelsea have recently asked the reps of Garnacho about his current situation. However, Chelsea were informed that it was his intentions as of now to re-sign with United and we expect him to do so in the coming months.

“If he doesn’t find an agreement with United though, he wants to move abroad. So there is basically no chance for Chelsea, even though we did make an enquiry.”

There may be club members interested in promoting their own rising stars in attacking positions.

Omari Hutchinson was one of the more encouraging aspects of the Chelsea squad that faced Aston Villa in a friendly in Abu Dhabi.

Despite being selected to the bench in a number of events this season, he has yet to make his competitive debut with the first squad.

As a result of the World Cup, a lot of first-team players are likely to be unavailable when the season resumes, thus he may be given his chance shortly.

 Chelsea make approach to sign Manchester United player, he’s rejected them 

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