Chelsea are targeting to reignforce their defensive during the Winter Transfer window with Rudiger, Christensen & Jorginho futures being uncertain and recent injury crisis. The Blues are strongly intrested in Sevilla centre back Jules Kounde who is valued at £65 Million and Westham United defensive Midfielder Declan Rice who is reportedly valued at £75 Million. Chelsea Manager Thomas Tuchel is optimistic Romelu Lukaku will bounce back to goal scoring form soon hence the Blues is unlikely to buy a Striker in January unless Timo Werner exits Stamford Bridge according to Football London Reports.
The Blues Goalkeeper Edouard Mendy is expected to keep his number one Spot after the Winter Tranfer Window despite recent poor form covered by 3 centre-backs. Chelsea defence could comprise of Jules Kounde, Thiago Silva and Antonio Rudiger who is yet to extend his contract at Stamford Bridge. The Blues midfield could usher in Jorginho, Declan Rice, Marcos Alonso and Reece James while the attack could usher in Lukaku, Havertz and Mason Mount.
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