The four great signings that Chelsea are pursuing

In Stamford Bridge they have work ahead, since they intend to reinforce up to four positions, as reported by 'The Athletic', this summer.


Being European champion does not mean you have to rest on your laurels. That premise follows Chelsea this summer, with a market full of open fronts. The Athletic collects all the positions to be reinforced by those of Tuchel and informs of the possible names that interest the entity. The real priorities are up front and midfield, but adding competition to the right back and center back also appears on the blue roadmap.

With Giroud in Milan, they are now offering Tammy Abraham, who currently has no bidders beyond West Ham's peripheral interest, to make room for a '9' of guarantees. The wish is Lukaku, Kane, or Haaland. Given the existing difficulties, the name of Robert Lewandowski appeared, for whom The Sun claimed they were willing to go up to 60 million euros. However, in the aforementioned The Athletic they point to Danny Ings (Southampton) and Sasa Kalajdzic (Stuttgart) as options with less packaging. Especially interesting is the Saints star, who has amply demonstrated his ability to score in the Premier League (46 goals and 10 assists in 100 games with Ralph Hasenhüttl's) and has refused to renew a contract that expires in June 2022.

Midfield and defense

In the engine room, the dream is Declan Rice, but West Ham won't sell him cheap. Here Abraham returns to the scene, since it could serve as a method of reduction. Tchouameni, a 21-year-old midfielder who has exploded this season at Monaco, is the alternative to the Sheikh, along with Kalvin Philips, of the Three Lions midfield at the recent European Championship. Rice is an old Chelsea wish, as Lampard also vehemently called for his signing. The high claims of David Moyes and the heavy outlay made (Werner, Havertz, Ziyech, Chilwell ...) blurred the operation. Now, the film is different: The 22-year-old footballer, who was let out in the past as he trained in Cobham, probes the market after rejecting two renewal offers.

Finally, they would not be reluctant to reinforce the center of the defense and the right back. Sule and Adama Traoré would be the ones they like the most right now. The Bayern central defender does not finish taking control of the position in Munich and must convince Julian Nagelsmann that he has sufficient conditions to be a starter. The coach does not doubt it, but puts the ball on his court. "He has everything to be a world-class center back ... I'm confident he can get back to his best form," he said of him recently. While the Spanish international appeared as an alternative Achraf when PSG launched for the Hispano-Moroccan. At Wolverhampton, as has been published, they would not look down on the sale, as long as it is at an appropriate price ... In total, four signings to be made to put the finishing touch on a squad that Tuchel revitalized with his landing in London. Crazy Summer at Stamford Bridge.

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