Chelsea manager and Marina Granovskaia are working underway to ensure that at least they bolister their squad ahead of next season by landing at least two to three new players.
Marina Granovskaia is claimed to be in contact with Italy International Leonardo Spinazolla despite suffering a injury that will keep him out for almost six weeks.
According to Football London, Tuchel is viewing Spinazolla as a perfect alternative to Hakimi Achraf who signed for Paris Saint Germain after th blues failed to meet Inter Milan's demand.
Talks on personal terms are expected to be hold in the coming weeks with Jose Mourinho looking for replacement in his Roma's squad. It should be noted that Wolves Winger Adama Traore was an alternative suitor for Tuchel but later revealed that a move to Barcelona will be better than Chelsea.
Meanwhile, negotiations are still ongoing to finalize Erling Haaland's deal that will see him become one of Chelsea's top earners.
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