Chelsea have been linked with several players this summer and the new regime under Todd Boehly consortium will be looking to replace departed players. With Rudiger and Christensen having left the club after contract expiry as well as failed to agree on new deal with the West London side.
Meanwhile Chelsea have been rumoured to have already agreed a temporary deal with Inter Milan for Lukaku this summer. And a well planning Chelsea side need to consider bringing in a cover for the Belgium international.
According to Daily Mail the Tuchel side were linked with striker from RB Leipzig, Christopher Nkunku. The latter had scored 35 goals in 50 appearances with 19 assists in last season for the Bundesliga outfit.
That made him a target for Chelsea this summer but according to a statement from Sunsport, "I'm pleased to continue wearing the RB Leipzig shirt. I was really impressed with the club's effort to keep me here. "Nkunku said after signing new two-year deal with RB Leipzig as per Sunsport.
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