According to the reports by the Daily Express, Chelsea may have already tried their attempts to sign Barcelona and Franch star Antoine Griezman this summer, and they may already have a secret weapon to enable them seal the deal just as they did last summer to get Kai Havertz signature.
The Blues used their German centre-back Antonio Rudiger to win Kai Havertz signature last summer from Bayer Leverkusen. Rudiger played a key role in convincing the youngster to join the West Londonners as their record transfer deal and they might use the same route to get Griezman.
This time round, the Champions league winners might use Kurt Zouma who is Griezman teammate in France national team to persuade the striker to Premier league switch.
Therefore in case the Blues mises to seal their priority target Erling Haaland deal, Kurt Zouma might help them secure Griezman deal on loan from Barcelona where he is yet to recover his good form that he had while at Atletico Madrid.
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