Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is still on lookout for his dream targets having slammed club's board for failing to sign several new players after a heavy defeat from London rivals.
Despite signing Raheem Sterling and Kolidou Koulibaly, the Germany tactician feels that his squad is far away from competing for major silverwares and therefore need to act faster before the closure of summer transfer window.
It should be noted that Tuchel's main priority has always been to sign at least two centrebacks and a striker following the exits of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen alongside Romelu Lukaku.
However according to Football London, the agent of Christiano Ronaldo is expected to offer the 37 year old striker to Chelsea for a second time after returning to Manchester to hold talks about his future with Erik Ten Hag.
It's claimed that Ronaldo might be a perfect target to bolister Tuchel's misfiring attacking options considering the possible departure of Timo Werner having been topped for Stamford Bridge exit.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are ready to make a move for Presnel Kimbepe is Jules Kounde will join Barcelona.
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