Chelsea will be looking forward to finish the season in style when they will be facing already relegated Watford in the EPL clash today with hopes of securing all the three points ahead of cementing their third position.
The Blues will be biding goodbyes to some of their players who were confirmed to leave Stamford Bridge in summer due to expire of their contracts amidst club sanctions.
Reports are claiming that Chelsea are closing in on signing Jules Kounde from Sevilla after literally agreeing personal terms with the 24 year old French defender who's arguably a better replacement for departing Antonio Rudiger.
However according to Express Sport, the following players will play their last game for Chelsea amidst transfer links to La Liga and Serie A.
Antonio Rudiger; is expected to make a move a move to Real Madrid as a free agent after penning down a three year contract with Spanish giants.
Andreas Christensen is as well considering for exit with Barcelona tipped as his preferred destination in an attempt to bolister their backline.
Cesar Azpilicueta: despite his staggering contract extension, the club captain might be on his way to Camp Nou with Xavi termed as his big fan and would be willing to sign him as a free agent.
Marcos Alonso: Alonso's future at Stamford Bridge is uncertain considering their interest in Inter Milan's Ivan Perisic coupled with possible return of Ben Chilwel and therefore a move to La Liga is imminent.
Jorginho is tipped for a return to Italy amidst run out of his contract with the London based heavyweights.
Romelu Lukaku's arrival we as termed as a good one but the 27 year old has failed to impress and in return, Tuchel is allegedly considering to sign Robert Lewandowski or Darwin Nunez as his replacement.
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