Chelsea are keen to maintain their winning trend as they keep eyes on top players. Big names have been linked to Chelsea this summer but unfortunately the club hasn't announced any new signing this summer.
After the Euro Championship, the blues developed interest in Euro winner Federico Chiesa who had an impressive competition being named among the best players. The club went ahead and offered a formal offer of €100m to secure the Italian midfielder's signature.
However, the report from The Express is a devastating news to the fans who had huge hopes of their club landing the world class mildfielder. The report claim that Juventus have ruled away the offer claiming they are not ready to offer their top player this summer.
Meanwhile, Jules Kounde is reportedly desperate to complete a move to Chelsea as the deal is underway with agreements on payment a stumbling block. Sevilla need £45m plus Zouma while Chelsea are willing to offer £35m. However, Chelsea's defender is keen to stay at England with Westham United keen to sign the Frenchman.
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