What Pavard has already said on Chelsea transfer verdict as Manchester United plot £25m hijack this summer.
Benjamin Pavard has reemerged on Chelsea’s radar this summer, and the defender is concentrated on where his next club will be.
In light of Chelsea’s increasing interest in Benjamin Pavard, he has already given a significant signal about his future.
During this summer’s transfer window, Thomas Tuchel’s hunt for defensive reinforcements has raised rumors that the 26-year-old defender may leave Bayern Munich.
Although Todd Boehly has yet to sign another defender, the west Londoners have already acquired Kalidou Koulibaly, therefore Chelsea is continuing its market blitz to weigh their choices.
Additionally, Pavard, whose deal at the Allianz Arena expires in two years, is reportedly a target for the Blues.
Chelsea and Manchester United are both interested in signing the France international, according to the French publication L’Équipe. He has already stated his intentions for the future, though.
In response to Rothen s’enflamme’s question, Pavard stated, “I don’t ask myself where I will conclude my career. According to my body, In my 26th year. I’m hoping to play for a very long time. The Bundesliga is good. We don’t know what is ahead for me in the future.
“I need to win in France since I didn’t win the title there. Why not, if the chance ever presents itself and I can triumph in France. I’m willing to try anything.
Then Pavard asserted that he is content with his current situation at Bayern and has no intention of leaving for Borussia Dortmund. “I still have two years left on my contract, and I still expect to win more trophies,” the French player declared.
“I’m thrilled to be at FC Bayern. Even while I admire Dortmund’s amazing supporters, if I ever relocate, it will undoubtedly not be to Dortmund.
Munich is lovely to me. I played at Stuttgart, which had a large family with incredible supporters, so I am quite familiar with Germany. There, owing to them, I matured from a little boy to a man.”
Pavard, who CIES Football Observatory estimates to be worth roughly £25 million, played 25 times for Bayern in the Bundesliga last year, helping the team win another league championship.
He has established a solid name for himself as a versatile defender who can play anywhere throughout the backline to an exceedingly high quality on both the international and domestic stages.
Pavard presents himself as the ideal wildcard option to join Chelsea if, of course, Jules Kounde becomes unavailable. Tuchel is looking for a right-sided center-half as well as Reece James’ backup in a back-four. Having said that, L’Équipe claims Pavard views himself as a center-back in the future.