Chelsea football club are yet to make any major signing over the summer, but they are expected to spend lots of cash on bringing in new recruits.
Thomas Tuchel who had a brilliant six months in charge of the Stamford Bridge club is working on getting a new striker, left back and midfielder.
The Euro 2020 has been the best platform where they have been scouting on top players who will add more quality and depth to various clubs.
One of the players attracting attention to top clubs is Italian left back and AS Roma star Leonardo Spinazzola who was injured during the Belgium tie.
According to Daily Mail Sports podcast, Chelsea director of football Marina Granovskaia has initiated talks on a potential move as she has contacted the left back's representatives.
The 28 years old has attracted interest from top clubs which will require Chelsea to submit a very lucrative offer to convince Jose Mourinho to allow the player join them.
In other top transfer news, Chelsea are having difficult time negotiating for a deal for Erling Haaland as Borussia Dortmund are demanding for pay of the full amount, £150 million.
The Blues have also identified an alternative to Declan Rice who is rated at £100 million, but the AS Monaco young defensive midfielder will be a very cheap alternative.
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