The 2021 summer transfer window is blistering with entertaining news of top clubs chasing after the signature of top players.
Thomas Tuchel and director of football Marina Granovskaia are trying to agree on some players who are supposed to leave the club and those who are not to.
According to reliable sources close to Chelsea, the Blues are set to come closer to agreeing a deal with Barcelona for one of their top players.
The reports claim that Barcelona are trying to sign Marcos Alonso from Chelsea after they lost Junior Firpo to one top French club this summer.
The 30 years old left back has had his role at the Stamford Bridge reduced to just 17 games which has got him frustrated about this development.
However, there is much trouble at Chelsea as Thomas Tuchel and Marina Granovskaia are not in agreement with this deal as Tuchel wants Alonso to stay, but Marina wants to see him off.
This will be a tough deal to make a conclusion on as the two parties at Chelsea might not make it a good thing if they disagree.
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