Thomas Tuchel defensive issues started during the pre-season,when Chelsea conceded four goals against London rivals Arsenal in the United States. The German tactician has reteriated his desire to get another defender before the transfer window shut in the next fifteen days.
Tuchel presently depend on Thiago Silva and Kalidou Koulibaly as his primary Center backs,which resulted to midfielder Ruben Loftus Cheek utilized as a wingback. As per Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea are advancing in the deal to sign Leicester city center back Wesley Fofana.
As revealed by Fabrizio, Fofana have agreed on personal terms to join Chelsea.A few offers have been dismissed by Leicester city,since they are quick to keep the Frenchman this season. On other hand,the blues are hopeful to seal the transfer as they set up one more offer. Fofana is Tuchel's priority,as well the 21 Year old holds onto his desire to play in the Champions league,which will improve his possibilities being called to the France squad ahead of the Qatar world cup.
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