Thomas Tuchel is a very ambitious manager who wants the best players at the Stamford Bridge as he is creating a project that will be winning several trophies per season.
The Blues made a couple of sales over the summer transfer window, and recruited only three players; Romelu Lukaku, Saul Niguez and Marcus Bettinelli.
Their transfer strategy was criticised, but Thomas Tuchel is set to have a busy transfer window with targets already earmarked.
Among the targets is Monaco and French sensation youngster Aurélien Tchouaméni who has been making headlines and getting praise from top players like Paul Pogba and Ces Fabregas.
According to the Sun sports news reports, Chelsea are reportedly preparing for a very lucrative offer that will convince Monaco to sell the young talent.
The reports claim that Tchouaméni is highly regarded at the Stamford Bridge with the race to sign him set to be stiff as Manchester United are also interested.
The younger was praised by Paul Pogba previously as he stated: "Very very good. He’s not a boy, he’s a man. It was a pleasure to play next to him. He brings a lot of energy.
A lot of energy, extraordinary technical and physical quality. We wish him to play lots of matches. And that I am always at his side."
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