Joško Gvardiol is likely to be a major topic in the next two transfer windows.
The defender has several big clubs tracking him and his World Cup performances will have only elevated that further.
The 20-year-old has been key in Croatia’s run to the quarter-finals.
With the RB Leipzig man at the heart of the defence, Croatia have conceded just twice in four matches.
However, despite growing interest, his agent has hinted that a longer stay at RB Leipzig is possible.
Sisic told Sky Germany: “Regarding a possible transfer in summer 2023 we are not in a hurry and I can make clear that there are no pre-agreements with any clubs.
“For sure, a lot of top clubs have asked about him but Joško has a long-term contract in Leipzig.
“Joško feels totally happy in Leipzig. His development is amazing and RB is playing very good under Marco Rose.”
Bohley pushing Chelsea deal
Chelsea, Manchester United, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona are all chasing the defender, according to Florian Plettenberg.
It seems to be the Blues who are pushing hardest to sign him though.
Thomas Tuchel saw him as his number-one target and Todd Boehly is now focused on signing him.
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