Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is still hoping to bolister his attacking options literally after signing a promising star from Inter Milan with an aim of competing for major silverwares.
It should be noted that Chelsea have only signed Raheem Sterling in the striking department following the departure of Romelu Lukaku with Hakim Ziyech as well tipped to exit Stamford Bridge.
The latest reports might be of great jubilations to Chelsea supporters as it's like the London based heavyweights have finally found their perfect target for their attacking predicaments.
According to the Sun Football, Chelsea are set to beat their close rivals Manchester United to the signing of Ex-Arsenal striker Pierre Aubameyang with the Gabon International keen on leaving Camp Nou after a fall out with Xavi.
The 33 year old striker will cost Chelsea a whopping fee of £30m which Todd Boehly won't find it difficult to pay.
Meanwhile, Everton's ace Gordon is still a top transfer target for Thomas Tuchel.
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