The Telegraph: Guardiola pays attention to Chelsea midfielder Kovacic and is willing to buy him

February 28 According to the latest reports from the famous Daily Telegraph reporters Matt Law and James Ducker,
Mateo Kovacic has attracted interest from Manchester City, with the midfielder facing a big decision over his future at Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Thiago Silva has suffered a knee ligament injury and Chelsea fear he could be out for six weeks.

While Chelsea have not yet given a timetable for Erva’s absence, the defender will miss manager Potter’s decisive games against Leeds United and Borussia Dortmund and is unlikely to feature before the international break at the end of March.

Chelsea now have Kovacic, Mason Mount, Pulisic, Cheek, Aubameyang, Azpilicueta and Silva all approaching the final year of their contracts, and Chelsea’s new
The boss does not want this to happen again with players entering the final year of their contracts.

The situation is understood to have drawn the attention of Manchester City, whose head coach Pep Guardiola is a major admirer of Kova and is expected to make changes to his midfield in the summer.

City’s top midfield target is Bellingham but faces competition from Liverpool, Real Madrid and Chelsea.
The future of Barcelona’s wanted Gundogan and Bernardo Silva is uncertain, while the future of Calvin Phillips, who has had little impact since joining from Leeds United, remains to be seen.

In 2018, Manchester City had intended to sign Kovacic from Real Madrid, and then he joined Chelsea on loan.
It is worth noting that Guardiola communicated with the player at the end of the team’s 1-0 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in January, when the 28-year-old Kovacic was outstanding.