The claims that Chelsea and Corinthians had an agreement for Gabriel Moscardo’s transfer continue to be a big subject in Brazil.

It all started on Monday, when Band host Neto claimed that the midfielder was sold to the Blues, even though he stated he ‘could be wrong’.

The pundit had claimed agent Giuliano Bertolucci was the one involved in the deal, and the representative himself now spoke to ESPN Brasil about it, making it very clear there’s no deal with Chelsea or any other club for now.

“It’s all nonsense that’s coming out.”

Just like other reports today, ESPN claims it’s now Paris Saint-Germain who now lead the race for the player, as their director Luis Campos is going to Brazil to watch the player and have talks about the move.

Even though the story claims Moscardo is ‘expected to move’ in January, it’s also said there are no formal offers on the table for now. Chelsea were those who previously sent a bid, but that was turned down in the summer.

Corinthians’ current demands for the transfer are of €30m, and it seems there’s an auction going on.