In an effort to strengthen the present squad ahead of the upcoming season, Chelsea's new owner Todd Boehly is continuing with his roster overhaul by letting go of out-of-favor players and pursuing Tuchel's dream targets.
Since the start of the transfer season, the Blues have not added any players, and their problem is getting worse given Barcelona's plans to sabotage Raphinha's agreement because the Brazilian forward prefers a move to Camp Nou over Stamford Bridge.
The Spanish powerhouses are reportedly prepared to make a much larger offer than what Chelsea did to sign the 25-year-old.
With only eight goals and six assists in 44 appearances, Ziyech is expected to leave the team because he is no longer Tuchel's ideal player. As a result, Chelsea is close to signing Raheem Sterling to take his place.
Chelsea are in in direct communication with Matthijs De Ligt of Juventus and, more recently, with Presnel Kimbepe of PSG, who Thomas Tuchel is a big fan of.
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