Chelsea are looking forward to replace Rudiger and Christensen who left this summer on a free transfer. Already Koulibaly made his way to the Stamford Bridge to try and boost Tuchel's squad ahead of tough season.
While Malang Sarr has joined AC Monaco this summer on loan with an option of a £10m permanent deal next season as per a report by Daily Mail. Now Chelsea have been seeking the young Frenchman Wesley Fofana from Leicester City this summer.
Already they have submitted £60m and £70m bids respectively but have all been rejected by the Foxes as per Sunsport report. Ahead of Leicester City against Arsenal this weekend Brendan Rodgers has aired his views on the same, "I'm not aware of any fresh offers.
There were two bids but again nowhere near what the club would even think about. The point again to reiterate is we are not looking to sell Wesley. That's the key point. "Concluded the Leicester City manager. Leicester City are rumoured to value the 21-year-old at £80m as per Daily Mail report.
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