Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt has been reported to have told the club hierarchy his ambitions of playing elsewhere as his future at the club become more uncertain as he continue to be linked to several clubs in Europe this summer.
According to the Metro, the Dutch defender has been clear that he has a desire to move to Stamford Bridge this summer as the English club continue to on the fore front to sign the former Ajax star. Chelsea have been reported to be hopeful in completing a £65M move for the Juventus star this transfer window.
The Blues have suffered a due exit of both Antonio Rudiger who moved to Real Madrid as a free agent and Christensen who has secured a move to Barcelona. And manager Thomas Tuchel is facing a tough time to land their replacements at the back as he continue to be linked to a number of defenders in Europe.
Ours is to wait and see who Tuchel will bring at Stamford Bridge as he prepare for next season title battle.
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