Tottenham Hotspurs striker Harry Kane, has expressed his desire to move out of Hotspurs Stadium this summer. The striker is currently in talks with Chelsea their London rivals who are looking for a new most perfect striker than their current flopping forwards.
Therefore he is likely going to land at Stamford Brigde during the summer transfers window. According to Express Sports, if the England international joins the West Londonners this summer together with other two stars who are probably a defender and a midfielder, Tuchel's lineup next season could be as follows:
Goalkeeper: Edouard Mendy and Kepa Arrizabalaga. The two Chelsea stoppers are expected to be used by Thomas Tuchel next season, following their highest improvements under the German manager Thomas Tuchel.
Defenders: Rudiger, Silva, Marquinhos: Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, might bring in his former PSG experienced defender Marquinhos this summer, to enable him have several backline alternatives considering the age is his stars Thiago Silva and Azzipliqueta.
Midfielders: James, Mount, Kante, Rice, Chilwell. The former Chelsea academy star who has turned up to be one of the best midfielders in England in West Ham, is also likely going to return back to Stamford Brigde this summer. Forwards: Havertz, Kane, Werner.
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