Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is considering to enter into already opened summer transfer window with full force in an attempt to reshapen his squad ahead of next season following a mass exodus that's anticipated to happen at Stamford Bridge with Marcos Alonso, Cesar Azpilicueta and Romelu Lukaku tipped to follow Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen out of club.
As a result, the Germany tactician has identified his dream targets and apparently new owner Boehly is willing to finance the trasnfer moves as first as possible.
Tuchel's main priority will be signing a centreback following everyday's links to Jules Kounde but that latest report reveals otherwise.
According to Football London, Chelsea are closing in on signing Real Madrid's target and Chicago Fire goalkeeper Gabriel Solnina in an attempt to bolister their goalkeeping options considering the potential exit of Spanish international Kepa who has fallen under pecking order with Eduardo Mendy termed as Tuchel's favorite shoot stopper.
Solnina is ideally a better investment for Chelsea considering that he's only 18 years of age.
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