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30/05/2011 - 07:15 GMT

Hamburg Plan Move for Chelsea’s Michael Mancienne

Monday, 30th May, 2011 

Chelsea man Michael Mancienne has emerged as a target for Bundesliga giants Hamburg.

The 23-year-old, who can operate in central defence or as a defensive midfielder, has spent the current campaign on loan at Wolverhampton Wanderers – 2010/11 was his third consecutive season at Mick McCarthy’s side.

Mancienne is unlikely to be part of Chelsea’s plans for next season and the Blues may well allow the Englishman to depart Stamford Bridge, a fact the club’s director of football Frank Arnesen appreciates.

And Arnesen, who is leaving his current role at Chelsea to take up a similar position at Hamburg this summer, is a driving force behind the German club’s swoop for Mancienne.

According to the Hamburger Abendblatt, the Bundesliga side are ready to send a bid of some €3.5M to Stamford Bridge and are confident this should be good enough to convince Chelsea to play ball.

For Mancienne, the prospect of continuing his development abroad under the watchful eye on Arnesen should be an attractive one. Two English sides are keeping a close eye on the situation too however, and rival bids from Wolves and Stoke City cannot be ruled out.

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