Chelsea have started preparing for next season,and with the summer transfer window also coming in less than 3 months time,the Blues have launched contract extension talks with some of their key players who are likely to leave this summer,due to contract expiry or playing time.With the contract talks of Ngolo Kante and Jorghinho still at hold, Chelsea have made a huge progress on persuading key defender Thiago Silva to stay beyond the end of this season, Since Thomas Tuchel is looking to build a very strong defense that will help him lift the trophy come next year, and this is after the former PSG captain proved how important he is to the Champions league finalists.The 'Blue fuels' currently have a huge squad depth and playing time has started becoming a bother, hence exposing them to lose some players come this summer, unless they act faster on the contracts, but currently they are on the right track,and let's hope that Timo Werner and Christian Pulisic also stays.
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