European champions the blues are looking to add more players into their team. Despite winning Champions league last season against Manchester City. Tuchel is well aware he needs to back up his squad. To make it a challenging one for next premier league season.
As per the Sun, Chelsea have to battle it out with both Barcelona and Inter Milan. To keep hold of Marcos Alonso at 'all costs'. The same publication highlights that Junior Firpo. Is most likely to join Leeds United these summer.
While the same publication indicates that Jordi Alaba is closely been monitored. By Inter Milan if the deal will surely go through. So is the Barcelona looking to cover the position with Marcos Alonso. While Inter Milan has set Alonso. As second option if they miss out on Jordi Alaba.
But according to Mundo Deportivo, Chelsea are desperate to keep hold of Marcos Alonso. As the German tactician is a big fan of the left back player. And his even ready to use him in a back three defence.
Alonso joined Chelsea back in 2016 from Fiorentina. And has managed to win Premier league under the then manager Antonio Conte. He has gone ahead to play 166 times for the blues. With 16 assists and 24 goals.
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