Real ready to pay world record fee to lure Blues star from Stamford Bridge
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“There’ll be no incentive needed, but the circumstances over the last few days might add a bit of a motivational edge on our behalf.
“We want to go out there and play well and it will be nice if we can all get to speak to Seamus beforehand.”
Right-back Coleman has started 26 of Everton’s 29 Premier League matches so far this season and fellow defender Jagielka added: “Seamus is a massive part of the furniture. He’s been here a long time now, he’s one of the leaders.
“All we can do is be there for him. He’s had the operation, it’s been a success and he’s on the slow road to recovery.
“As a club, a family, we have wished him a speedy recovery and we will be with him every step of the way. He’s a great lad and hopefully we can get him smiling around the current deal expires in 2019, wanted to see out the season in France.
Monaco lead PSG by three points at the top of Ligue 1 and face Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League quarter-finals next month.
Bakayoko scored the decisive goal against Manchester City in the Champions League in midMarch.
There were Arsenal and Manchester United scouts present at the Stade Louis II for that 3-1 win, which saw Monaco go through on away goals after a 6-6 draw on aggregate.
Chelsea are also confident they can win the race to sign Rangers starlet Billy Gilmour.
The 15-year-old has also attracted interest from the Manchester clubs as well as Bayern Munich.
Rangers were hopeful they could convince the Scotland youth international to stay, believing he has a better chance of breaking into their first team rather than clogging up the systems of super-clubs.
But Gilmour is expected to make his move after turning 16, and Chelsea are front- runners to snap him up. Daily Mail club as soon as possible.
“He’ll be down at the moment because it’s not long since it happened.
“His friends and family away from football will help him through these initial stages.
“When he is able to do things it’s up to us as a club — the players, physios, coaches.
“I’m sure we’ll be able to get him to where he needs to get to.” AFP
Ireland’s Seamus Coleman (left) challenges Wales’ Gareth Bale in their World Cup qualifier on Friday.