Chelsea new owner Todd Boehly is continuing his takeover by clearing out the board with Petr Cech being the latest board member to leave Stamford Bridge after transfer guru Marina.
The American billionaire is expected to make several changes to the club before gifting Tuchel his dream targets following continuous links with Raheem Sterling, Jules Kounde, Pau Torres and Matthijs De Ligt.
However according to Football London, Chelsea are set to make a move for out of favour Manchester city's ace Nathan ake as a perfect alternative to Jules Kounde who's interest has cooled.
Ake, a former player for Chelsea's academy isn't a regular starter under already packed Pep's backline and would be willing for playing time elsewhere with Stamford Bridge termed as a perfect destination.
It should be noted that Jules Kounde's is a bit complicated and the Stamford Bridge are trying to fasten up their search of centrebacks following the exit of duo Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen as free agents.
Meanwhile, Juventus has rejected Chelsea's swap offer involving Timo Werner as per reports.
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