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Chelsea, Everton and Liverpool set to battle for Newcastle United fans’ favourite next summer

Chelsea, Everton and Liverpool are reportedly set to make a move for Newcastle winger Allan Saint-Maximin next summer.

Calciomercato reports that the two merseyide clubs alongside Chelsea are monitoring the 24 year old. Hence, he’s set to be a subject of bids from all 3 clubs in 2022.

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Allan Saint-Maximin has caught the eye ever since his move to St. James’ park from OGC Nice in the summer of 2019 and he’s been likened to former Chelsea star Eden Hazard and has also drawn comparisons with former legendary Bolton winger Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha in his style of play.

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The French darling of Newcastle fans has been in terrific form this season notching 2 goals and 3 assists in 5 games so far. Hence, the links and speculations of a move away from the north eastern part of England for the Frenchman.

Saint-Maximin’s current Newcastle contract expires in 2026 and he’s currently valued at around €30 million, a value that’s likely to increase if the player’s fine form continues all through the season. Though, It is not known whether Newcastle would ask more than €30 million for the Frenchman, form notwithstanding.

Chelsea seem well staffed in attack but a very good and reliable cover for injury prone Christian Pulisic in the left side of attack would do the Blues a lot of good while Saint-Maximin would surely add a very much needed depth to the attack of sides like Everton and Liverpool.

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