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Chelsea transfer boost as Barcelona WILL sl Memphis Depay fo

Chelsea transfer boost as Barcelona WILL sl Memphis Depay fo

BARCELONA are willing to sell Chelsea target Memphis Depay for just 4million, according to reports.

The Dutchman nearly departed the LaLiga side last summer, only fora transfer away to fall through.

He has since played just 131 minutes in all competitions, however, withBarcanow eager to take whatever money they can for him in January.

The Catalan giants are reportedly unhappy with how he handled a hamstring injury sustained in September.

According to Spanish paperAS, Barcelona expected the issue to keep Depay sidelined for only four weeks.

They add that Barca were fuming that six weeks later Depay remained on leave - asking to head back to Holland early ahead of theWorld Cup.

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Depays injury woes have reportedly strengthened Barcelonas desire to sell him - with a bid of just 4million claimed to be enough to secure his signature after the tournament.

Chelsea have been linkedwith the formerManchester Unitedattacker, as they aim to add firepower to Graham Potters attack.

A switch would see Depay reunited with former Barcelona team-mate Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - who made the same switch in August.

Despite his injury troubles, Depay was named in Louis van Gaals 26-man Netherlands squad for the World Cup.

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He was only deemed fit enough for the bench for his sides opener, coming on with 28 minutes remaining in their2-0 victory over Senegalon Monday.

In Depays absence, Vincent Janssen and Steven Bergwijn started up top for the Dutch.

Barca are hoping that a strong World Cup showing could help Depay regain some market value.

His only goal this season came in a 3-0 victory over Elche back in September.

Chelsea are desperate to improve offensively - sitting eighth in the Prem table having scored just 17 goals in 14 games - the lowest tally in the leagues top ten.

Addressing his future on the eve of the tournament, Depay said: I dont know what will happen after the World Cup. The injury has been hard, but Im already recovered and Im enjoying the World Cup.

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We have a good team that can prove things. I dont want to think about the past, Im focused on the World Cup. I also dont want to think beyond this competition. I dont know what will happen after the World Cup.

Im very happy to play again, very happy. It took me a long time to come back. It hasnt been easy mentally, but Ive worked hard to get there.

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