After losing some crucial players like Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen as free agents, Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is literally having a hard time persuading his top transfer targets to join his team.
It should be mentioned that the Stamford Bridge powerhouses were willing to sign Matthijs De Ligt in exchange for Timo Werner, but Juventus rejected the deal.
But according to The Sun Football, Chelsea is now interested in Inter Milan's centerback Milan Skiriniar and is prepared to pay £65 million for the 27-year-old defender.
Thomas Tuchel holds high regard for the Slovakian international, who is seen as the ideal replacement for Antonio Rudiger. This is an unexpected move given Sevilla's resistance to allowing Jules Kounde to sign with his ideal team.
Todd Boehly is currently in direct touch with Manchester City over the signing of Raheem Sterling, while Ousmane Dembele is expected to sign with Chelsea as a free agent.
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