Chelsea and Liverpool have Allan Saint-Maximin transfer approval as 2022 plan emerges

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Allan Saint-Maximin is reportedly attracting interest from both Chelsea and Liverpool with both clubs looking to make their move next year. Newcastle have struggled in their opening six Premier League games of the season, picking up just three points with no wins as of yet.

But Saint-Maximin has proven to be the one bright spot for Steve Bruce’s side with the tricky winger scoring twice and providing three assists.

His two goals have proven vital as well as they ended up being the equaliser against both Southampton and Leeds.

The Frenchman was being linked with a £40million switch to Everton this past summer, but Newcastle were able to keep hold of their star man.

However, the fan-favourite did make it clear at the end of last season that he wants to be fighting for trophies.

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Given Newcastle’s start to the season, it may be another campaign where Bruce is trying to steer clear from relegation.

And it appears as though both Chelsea and Liverpool are keen to take advantage of Newcastle’s situation.

According to Calciomercato, the two Premier League giants are showing ‘great interest’ in signing Saint-Maximin.

The report indicates that Newcastle will not consider selling in the January transfer window.


But there is said to be growing optimism from Saint-Maximin’s camp that he could seal a move to Chelsea, Liverpool or Everton next summer.

Liverpool have faced some criticism recently after being relatively quiet in the transfer window.

Signing a goal threat was seen as a priority heading into the summer market with both Divock Origi and Xherdan Shaqiri struggling for form last season.

The Switzerland international ended up being sold to Lazio while Origi stayed at Anfield despite ample interest.

And Origi impressed in his first performance of the season earlier this month in the 3-2 win over AC Milan.

Chelsea addressed their need for an out-and-out striker in the summer with the signing of Romelu Lukaku, who has scored four goals in seven games.

But there has been little help from his team-mates with no other Chelsea player scoring more than once this season.

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