Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is still confident that he will land his dream targets and he doesn't want to rush things as other European clubs are currently doing.
The Germany tactician is yet to sign any player despite being handed a £200m transfer budget having been linked with several highly profiled players like Matthijs De Ligt, Raheem Sterling, Ousmane Dembele and Raphinha.
It should be noted that Raphinha's deal is already agreed with club but Barcelona are considering to hijack by willing to pay to pay more than what Chelsea offered with player wanting a move to Camp Nou.
However according to Football London, Chelsea owner is now considering to sign the French and PSG's star Presnel Kimbepe as an alternative to overpriced De Ligt.
Kimbepe is highly rated by former boss Thomas Tuchel and therefore viewed as a perfect target to replace Antonio Rudiger if De Ligt's deal will collapse.
The same report has well revealed that the Stamford Bridge heavyweights are planning to table a final offer for De Ligt that will involve either Pulisic, Timo Werner or Jorginho plus £60m.
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