Man Utd open Chelsea talks for Zouma

Kurt Zouma is on the verge of leaving Chelsea

Kurt Zouma is on the verge of leaving Chelsea

As per one of the latest reports by Mail Online, Manchester United are believed to have taken a stride to sign Kurt Zouma from Chelsea. Now, it seems they have set their sights on Chelsea outcast Zouma.

L'Equipe are an extremely reliable source, and the fact that they are reporting this indicates the deal is close to completion.

Zouma has been with Chelsea since 2014, but the 23-year old central defender spent last season on loan with Stoke, playing 37 times in all appearances, of which 34 were in the Premier League.

It might be hard for him to get regular playing time at Chelsea this season, so sending him out on loan makes sense. And, Manchester United and Everton are interested. Great news for Manchester United fans.

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He will arrive to bolster Marco Silva's defensive line ahead of his first campaign with the Toffees and will provide an impact to the squad, with both positive and negative repercussions. A number of defenders have been linked with the Premier League heavyweights as Jose Mourinho aims to solidify his backline for the upcoming season.

The Toffees left it late to make an approach to loan the France worldwide but as both sides submitted their paperwork before the 5pm deadline, the deal was allowed to proceed.

Chelsea's stance over the interest from Manchester United gives Everton a major boost to land him on a loan deal, with the Toffees going into overdrive on deadline day.

However, he has less than 32 hours to make that happens as this summer transfer window shuts on Thursday, August 9, by 5pm.

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