Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is still keen on bolistering his squad despite sanctions placed on the club as per latest reports after literally being linked with a number of transfer targets like Aurelien Tchouameni, Adrian Rabbiot and Darwin Nunez.
It's believed that the Germany tactician isn't satisfied with his attacking options and apparently, he's targeting new arrivals despite having the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Hakim Ziyech, Hudson Odoi and so on.
According to Fichajes and Football.London, Chelsea boss is allegedly considering to sign Ajax and Brazilian winger Anthony in a deal that's expected to find a better upgrade for Hakim Ziyech who's tipped for Stamford Bridge exit.
Ziyech, 29 had mixed success at Chelsea and arguably, he's capable of playing at the highest level considering the competition that is experienced in the striking department under Tuchel.
Meanwhile, Anthony can as well provide a good depth in the current Tuchel's squad despite Manchester United termed as his top admirers.
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