Chelsea is ready to sign two main players in two important positions.
Recently, both Thomas Tuchel and Thiago Silva extended their contract for Chelsea, the London club. The club owner, Roman Abramovich invested hugely last summer to bring in 6 new players to boost his squad.
The Russian billionaire is ready to break the market again according to Sky Italian reporter, Angelo Mangiante. But then, the player to be signed is dependent on the Manager.
In an interview last month, Tuchel made it clear the current squad does not need many inclusion, but he will accept two or at most three players in. He also emphasized that he will involve his players in the choices of players they should sign.
The reason being that, if he sign the players he wants and the current s1uad are not ready to play with them, it will give him problems.
So, which players have been the target of the blues so far? They are:
Many reports yesterday say Chelsea will involve Tammy Abraham in the deal to sign Haaland from Dortmund.
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