Thomas Tuchel, the manager of Chelsea, has every right to be annoyed by the way new owner Todd Boehly is handling the transfer market. Despite the exits of Romelu Lukaku, Antonio Rudiger, and Andreas Christensen, the Blues have yet to add a player.
The Germany strategist reportedly has been linked to numerous high-profile players, including Jules Kounde, Pau Torres, Matthijs De Ligt, Kimpembe, and Raphinha, and is considering revamping his offensive and backline departments.
However, Express Sport reports that Chelsea are optimistic about signing highly-rated English attacker Raheem Sterling this week in an effort to bolster their final third since Hakim Ziyech is expected to go on loan.
Sterling is the ideal candidate to partner Kai Havertz and Timo Werner up front because he is anticipated to leave Manchester City after slipping behind the other players at the Etihad.
Barcelona is attempting to hijack the deal, and the Blues are still in negotiations to finalize the purchase of Raphinha.
Juventus is considering Gabriel Magahaels of Arsenal as a potential replacement for Matthijs De Ligt of Chelsea.
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