Following a major departure at Stamford Bridge that is anticipated to see Marcos Alonso, Cesar Azpilicueta, and Romelu Lukaku join Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is considering exploiting the already open summer transfer window to reorganize his squad ahead of next season.
As a result, the German strategist has picked his dream targets, and new owner Boehly appears to be eager to fund the transfers as soon as feasible.
Tuchel's top priority will be to sign a centreback, despite reports that Jules Kounde is on his way, according to the newest report.
Chelsea are close to signing Real Madrid target and Chicago Fire goalkeeper Gabriel Solnina, according to Football London, in an attempt to bolster their goalkeeping options in the wake of the potential departure of Spanish international Kepa, who has fallen down the pecking order with Eduardo Mendy described as Tuchel's favorite shoot stopper.
Because Solnina is only 18 years old, he is a far better investment for Chelsea.
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