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Arsenal’s Striker Folarin Balogun has captured the interest of Monaco and Chelsea.

Arsenal’s Striker Folarin Balogun has captured the interest of Monaco and Chelsea.

Folarin Balogun, a striker from the United States, is still the subject of productive negotiations between Monaco and Arsenal.

Chelsea has also expressed interest in the player, and the Blues are still considering Romelu Lukaku’s exit options.

A Belgian international is currently training separately from the first-team squad.

Chelsea and Monaco are interested in Arsenal striker Folarin Balogun this summer.

The negotiations between Monaco and Arsenal to sign striker Folarin Balogun are going well, and Chelsea is also interested in the American international.

The 22-year-old’s contract terms have been discussed in preliminary discussions between the Blues and middlemen.

However, a source told Sky Sports News that Arsenal would demand more for Chelsea than it would for Balogun to relocate abroad.

Folarin Balogun, a member of the Arsenal academy, is discussed by Saul Isaksson-Hurst.

Folarin Balogun, a product of the Arsenal academy, is one of the most intriguing number nines in the world of football, according to football coach Saul Isaksson-Hurst, who has been working with him.

The discussions are reportedly focused on reaching a broad agreement on a fee before finalizing the payment structure. Monaco, a French club, has not yet returned with an improved offer for Balogun, but it is understood they will.

Arsenal’s valuation of £50 million has not changed thus far.

Personal issues shouldn’t stand in the way of the move, and Balogun is willing to join the Ligue 1 team.

Last year, he played 34 starts while on loan at Reims in France, where he scored 21 league goals.

Chelsea is considering Lukaku’s best exit options.

The previous season, Romelu Lukaku, a striker for Chelsea, was on loan to Inter Milan.

Balogun’s interest from Chelsea comes at a time when Romelu Lukaku’s future at Stamford Bridge is up in the air.

While the striker continues to train separately from the first-team group, Chelsea is still considering potential exit strategies for him.

Juventus is interested in a deal, and Lukaku favors moving there. But in order to pay for a permanent transfer, they must sell.

The clubs looked into a possible swap deal involving Dusan Vlahovic, but they were unable to agree on terms because Juve reportedly wanted £34 million plus Lukaku in exchange for the Serbian striker.

The Monday Night Football panel discusses Chelsea’s transfer policy and the team’s potential under Mauricio Pochettino.

In Juve’s 3-0 victory over Udinese on Sunday—their Serie A debut—Vlahovic started and scored.

Chelsea’s position has always been to sign Lukaku to a long-term contract, and as of now, that is still the case.

The 30-year-old has previously disqualified himself from entering this stage of his career from moving to Saudi Arabia.

However, the club is understood to want him to take that into consideration if he is still at Chelsea when the window closes on September 7. The Saudi window closes on September 7.

Mauricio Pochettino, the manager of Chelsea, is making plans without Romelu Lukaku and has given the club the final say on his future, effectively stating that he will not represent the team while he is in charge.

Who will be moving this summer before the transfer window closes on September 1 at 11 p.m. in England and midnight in Scotland?

In our dedicated Transfer Centre blog on Sky Sports’ online platforms, stay up to date with all the most recent transfer news and rumors. Sky Sports News is another place where you can keep up with the details and analysis.

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