The Blues have had a slow start this summer despite the fact that the club was successfully sold before the window was officially declared open.
As at today, the blues have not confirmed any new arrival to that part of London despite the fact that a good number of exists were recorded this summer.
Apart from the aforementioned gems who are standing by the exit door of Stamford Bridge, a good number of players who include Kante and Jorginho are also having a year on their contacts and will be free to leave the club for nothing next summer.
As a result of the same, it was expected that the new owner Todd would have done an overhaul to ensure they are back to their competitive level next season and seasons to follow.
Unfortunately, the Blues have only put a good number of players on their radar with no arrival confirmed. However, according to the reports by Sportdias, Chelsea are planning sign Sporting Lisbon ace Matheus Nunes as their first signing this summer.
According to Express via Sportsdias, Chelsea is willing to pay a total of £37 million for the midfielder who performance in the champions league last season did not go unnoticed by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola who branded him "best in the world world".
Pep Guardiola's words of praises came after he watched the skipper disturb his midfielders in both outings of the champions league meeting last season.
"Sporting are a fantastic team, they are the champions of Portugal, which have a very strong league, with Porto and Benfica, they change the ball well, they have fast and intelligent players. I would say that Matheus Nunes is one of the best players in the world today.” Pep said.
Chelsea are not alone in the race, it is understood that Wolves and Everton are also huge admires of the 22-year-old.
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