Under Thomas Tuchel's leadership, Chelsea will undoubtedly want to win more titles this season. The West London club bolstered their roster throughout the summer to fight with Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea for the Premier League crown. Chelsea is present top of the Premier League standings ahead of their successive league encounter against Watford, and it's working out well for them so far.
However, speculations that Chelsea's promising centre defender Malang Sarr may leave when the transfer market opens have caused concern. Since joining Chelsea from Ligue 1 club Nice in 2020, the 22-year-old France international has failed to enter the first-team squad. In actuality, the teenage centre-back was loaned out to Porto for the 2020/2021 season, where he scored two goals in 27 appearances across all competitions.
On the other hand, Malang Sarr returned to Chelsea in the summer and has since battled to find a place in boss Thomas Tuchel's plans. On the other hand, Malang Sarr has only made three appearances for Chelsea this season in all competitions, and he may be exploring a transfer away from the club.
According to The Sun, Inter Milan is interested in bringing him on board when the transfer market opens in January. According to rumours, the Serie A heavyweights want to recruit him on loan in January with the option of making a permanent transfer next summer for up to £13 million. However, it is unclear if Malang Sarr will be patient enough to wait for his time at Chelsea or be ready to join Inter Milan when the transfer market opens next month.
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