Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is still keen on bolistering his squad ahead of January transfer window by landing a central defender and a long term target that can be Ngolo Kante's successor.
According to Football Insider, there is huge news from Stamford Bridge as Chelsea reportedly makes first January signing from claims that Hungarian defender Attila Szalai is close to finalizing a move to Chelsea as per his national coach Marco Rossi.
Szalai has identified himself as an important player at fernabahce with the English heavyweights viewing him as a perfect target to replace Thiago Silva.
The 23 year old defender is as well being followed by many Spanish clubs but apparently his move to Chelsea is a done deal.
Meanwhile, the Blues have received a huge injury boost ahead of their UEFA champions league clash against Zenit St Petersburg following a return of Matteo Kovacic.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Attila Szalai will be of great importance to Thomas Tuchel's side?
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