After the unexpected exits of Petr Cech and transfer guru Marina, Chelsea's new owner Todd Boehly is continuing his purge of disfavored players and board members.
It is consequently alleged that the American billionaire is thinking about changing the board and signing possible players who can remodel Tuchel's team in time for the upcoming campaigns.
It should be mentioned that Tuchel's primary priorities are to strengthen his backline and offensive alternatives, and according to rumors, it appears as though he is almost ready to sign his top transfer target.
The Stamford Bridge powerhouses are reportedly preparing a bid for the 26-year-old forward who is seen as the ideal choice to succeed Romelu Lukaku, according to the same report.
However, given the acquisition of Erling Haaland and Alvarez as well as Phil Foden's recent strong play, City are willing to let him go as that was the original plan.
Given that Thomas Tuchel is accustomed to the rigorous EPL, Sterling might be a fantastic addition.
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