Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is reportedly planning to capitalize on Arsenal's target during the January transfer window as recent reports.
Tuche is viewing the ex-PSG winger as a perfect investment for the club amidst inconsistency of Hudson odoi who might allegedly be heading out for a new challenge after some Struggle under the Germany boss.
According to Football London, Tuchel is ready to reunite with Christopher Nkunku after spending some time with him at Paris saint Germain before being sold to Rb Leipzig.
The 17 year old winger has so far impressed to an extent that Manchester City and Real Madrid are as well monitoring his progress thereby giving the Blues stiff competition in pursuit of the prime Christiano Ronaldo.
Ideally, I think Christopher Nkunku might be a good signing to both Chelsea and Arsenal if am told one will land his services.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Nkunku should be signed by Chelsea?
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