Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel is Keen on offloading fringe players who are not part of his future plans to pave way for quality additions to his squad before the end of the summer transfer window.
The champions league holders have already secured the marquee signing of forward Romelu Lukaku who repaid their trust in him by scoring in his debut, the opening goal in their 2-0 triump against bitter rivals Arsenal which spearheaded the blues to their 2nd consecutive triump in the PL after two matchdays.
According to reputable journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, the David Moye's Westham are close to completing the signature of France defender Kurt Zouma from Chelsea for a fee believed to be around €30m, with agreement understood to be in the final stages between the two clubs.
The 26 year old will join, Davide Zappacosta, Olivier Giroud, Fikayo Tomori, Marc Guehi, Victor Moses and Ike Ugbo in the list of notable stars who have left Stamford bridge this summer as Thomas Tuchel continues to trim his squad in a bid to build a formidable squad that can challenge reigning Champions Manchester city for the PL title this season.
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