Chelsea is desperately going to make priority moves for a left back in January following Ben Chilwell's anterior cruciate ligament injury. Chilwell will spend the rest of the season out with the injury as Tuchel takes a deep reflection on which signing he will make to replace him.
With Marcos Alonso being the only natural left back left in the team at the moment, the Blues are now considering to sign a new left back. A couple of star have been linked to the west London club including AC Milan's Theo Hernandez, Everton's Lucas Digne, Barcelona's Sergino Dest and Ajax left back Nicolas Tagliafico.
The Italian giants have told Chelsea to submit a £50m amount to get Theo in January. However, no official talks have begun to sign the French defender. According to Tuttosport via Football Italia, Chelsea has already made an enquiry of the availability of the Milan stalwart.
Marina Granovskaia boasts a good relationship with the Italian giants after making moves for Tiemoue Bakayoko, Fikayo Tomori and Olivier Giroud a success in the recent past. She is hopeful to strike the deal if they settle for the young wing back.
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