Chelsea Fc is diving deep into the exchange market and looking for a striker, one midfielder and a middle back to fortify their crew in front of next season. Here we will present to you how far Chelsea have gone in the exchange market, details of players who have gone out and the individuals who have are yet to be signed.
Willy Caballero has been released after the lapse of his agreement.
Fikayo Tomori offered to AC Milian following a great a half year borrowed to the Italian giants.
Danilo Pantic offered to Partizan Belgrade subsequent to failing to get selected into the primary squad.
Marko Marin offered to PSV Eindhoven.
Levi Colwill borrowed to Huddersfield
Izzy Brown offered to Preston NE
Nathan Baxter borrowed to Hull City
Billy Gilmour borrowed to Norwich City.
Up until this point, Chelsea is yet to sign any player, however there have been some agreement augmentation and restoration, these players are, Thomas Tuchel (director)
Thiago Emilano Silva
Potential signings includes the likes of, Erling Haaland, Declan Rice, Adams Traore and Jerry.
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