Chelsea has been active in this transfer window unlike before. Thomas Tuchel through the owner who is currently doing the scouting role has done a tremendous job by signing 4 players so far, namely Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli as a replacement for Antonio Rudigger who moved to Real Madrid side, Raheem Sterling from Manchester City and others
Chelsea who has started the league with a 3 point win is not yet through as far as the transfers are concerned. The blues are still optimistic to signing more world class players to bolster their squad in preparation for the tough competition ahead
The blues have always been interested in the services of the 21 year old Leicester star, Wesley Foafana. The center back has shown green light that he wants to move to another club
The Foxes have already rejected a number of bids from the Blues with Brendon Rodgers insisting that Fofana is not for sale. However the Blues have become relentless and as per the Italian football journalist, the club will still push for his move to Stamford Bridge.
Despite the price tag, he has been a brilliant defender since joining the Premier League, with his manager Brendan Rodgers describing him as “amazing.”
His impact on the Leicester defence was eminent and without doubt last campaign , when he missed most of the league matches due to injury he contracted, which saw the Foxes dropped way off the pace in terms of league position.
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