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Two targets who will be a great addition to Chelsea squad and help them win titles next season

The summer transfer window will close on September 1 2022, and Chelsea are in the market trying to find new signings to add quality to the team.

Chelsea has already completed the signings of Kolidou Koulibaly from Napoli and Raheem Sterling from Manchester city.

Thomas Tuchel wants Chelsea to make some more signings as they are expecting some players to be leaving the club before the transfers deadline.

Here is the top possible signings for the blues

Wesley Fofana

After missing out on signing Jules Kounde from Sevilla, Chelsea has focused their attention to Leicester city center back, Wesley Fofana.

Fabrizio Romano reported that the London giants earlier this week have agreed on personal terms with the 21 year old French international.

The blues are waiting for greenlight from Leicester side, who are reported to be unwilling to part ways with the player.

Christiano Ronaldo

Rumours of Christiano Ronaldo joining Chelsea have been circulating around for a long time, after the superstar announced his desire to leave the club this summer.

With the likes of Bayern Munich, PSG and Atletico Madrid distancing themselves from the potential signing of the Portuguese, Chelsea remain as the only elite club which might sign him.

A reputable journalist, Fabrizio Romano reported that Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is a great admirer of the star.

CR7 agent Jorge Mendes held a meeting with the Chelsea boss to discuss a potential move according to reports.

Ronaldo might be the last option if blues doesn't strike a deal with any other attacker.

Chelsea fans have grown impatient with the clubs slow approach on finalizing deals after Barcelona hijacked their two main targets, Raphinha and Kounde.

The week ahead will be crucial as the blues are expected to add some new names on their squad.

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