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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Jun 4, 2014

Chelsea linked with Juergen Damm

FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley predict that the next stop for Cesc Fabregas will be Chelsea.

Chelsea are interested in signing winger Juergen Damm, Pachuca vice-president Andres Fassi has told Medio Tiempo.

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Fassi claims Chelsea officials could travel to Mexico on Thursday to hold talks about bringing Damm, 21, to Stamford Bridge.

Damm, who holds Mexican/German dual nationality, has been linked with a move to the Premier League before, with the Daily Mail reporting in 2013 he had a trial at Manchester United.

"Yes, there is interest but we have to see how much they are interested," Fassi told Medio Tiempo.

"In principle we have a sporting plan for Juergen and we hope he stays, but if something comes up from abroad, we have to take it into account and if it's serious, we have to respond, we will have news in the next 48 hours."

He added: "Chelsea are the club interested, but we have to see how much they are interested, we can't go ahead of ourselves, we have to wait and see.

"When it comes to us, it's a matter of sporting project. We want him to stay and we will see how much Chelsea are interested.

"There is a belief they arrive in Mexico on Thursday to talk with us."

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