Chelsea is back to business this summer. The champions of Europe are determined to strengthen their squad ahead of the new campaign. Marina Granovskaia and Petr Cech are at the front seat to ensure they empower Thomas Tuchel to challenge the premier league next season.
It is understood that Chelsea has registered its interest in a number of big stars including Haaland, Kane and Lukaku. However, the signing of Aurelien Tchouameni is seen as prospectively real CFCNews page understands.
The outlet further states that Cech is leading in the pursuit of the star after he engineered the move for Edouard Mendy last summer. Mendy flourished leading Chelsea to the second champions league title ever in their history. Therefore, he views Tchouameni as a cheaper option to Declan Rice.
Cech will meet the French star's agent next week to plot a move for the star before the Euros end. Monaco demand £35m for the 19 year old and Chelsea could splash the cash to get the star.
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