Chelsea is set to lose 4 starting 11 stars this summer to other clubs after contract extension conundrums hit a snag. Real Madrid-bound Antonio Rudiger and Barcelona-bound Andreas Christensen have already put a pen on paper for their respective clubs at the moment awaiting for the new season to begin.
Other stars linked to move out of Stamford Bridge is Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso both of whom want to seek greener pastures elsewhere. This has prompted the Chelsea higher hierarchy to reconsider its transfer strategy heading to the summer Jules Koundé, Matthjis De Ligt, Wesley Fofana, and Marquinhos are some of Marina's targets.
According to a trusted football transfer source Absolute Chelsea, Chelsea-linked Jules Koundé was spotted in London. Could he be pushing a move to Stamford Bridge in the summer? Well, let's find out. Koundé's deal failed to go through last summer despite agreeing personal terms with the club. Sevilla demanded a whopping £80m fee, an amount the west Londoners did not believe he was worth. However, they will try and sign him again this summer.
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