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"Chelsea have an advantage" - Blues in pole position to sign £70million Liverpool target

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Southampton would rather sell Virgil van Dijk to Chelsea this summer and have reportedly told the Blues they can sign the Liverpool transfer target for a fee of £70million.

Metro has claimed that the Blues will certainly sign the Dutchman if they match the fee wanted by the Saints.

The relationship between the 26-year-old and Southampton has broken down after a very tense summer.

He accused the club of not letting join a top club in England.

"I would like Southampton to consider the interest in me from top clubs should it still exist," Van Dijk was quoted as saying by the BBC at the start of the month.

"I have been left frustrated by the club's position that I am not for sale and am disappointed that enquiries from multiple top clubs have been consistently rebuffed.

"I am incredibly ambitious and want to achieve as much as I possibly can to fulfil my potential in what is a very short career as a professional footballer.

"I can confirm that I was asked about my frame of mind and for all of the reasons mentioned above I was open and honest in saying that I did not feel I was in a settled mindset given the circumstances.

"As a proud professional I am insulted by the suggestion that it was me who refused to train and so feel it is important to point out the true version of events."

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