Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel has previously admitted that two or three signings would be 'very good' this summer as they look to mount a Premier League title challenge next season. Having lost Achraf Hakimi to PSG, Chelsea are currently keen to sign two key players in this summer i.e Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund and Declan Rice from Westham.
Though Dortmund are reluctant to release Haaland after they have sold Jadon Sancho to Manchester United,Chelsea are in desperate need of a striker and would go all the way to sign the striker. For Declan Rice, his link to Chelsea have intensified after the openly revealed that he would like to play for Chelsea in the years to come. Rice stated during an interview that he would like to play with his England teammates Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell at Chelsea. Mount and Rice were in the Chelsea academy together before he was permanently sold to Westham.If Marina Granovskaia completes these two transfer targets,this how Tuchel will line up next season.
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