Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is allegedly ready to part ways with uoto five of his key players in the incoming summer transfer window following reports that Antonio Rudiger, Andreas Christensen, Marcos Alonso, Cesar Azpilicueta and Jorginho might be playing their last game for Chelsea.
In return, the Germany tactician is allegedly keen on finding their replacements after literally holding transfer plans with new club owner Boehly who's readying a good sim if money to revive the club's interest in winning titles.
However according to the the Sun, Chelsea's long term target Jules Kounde is allegedly nearing premier league switch after agreeing personal terms with the club over a move with Sevilla demanding £59m which is slightly lower than their previous release clause.
Kounde's deal is expected to be finalized in the coming days after which he will head to Cobham for medicals.
Meanwhile, Thomas Tuchel is set to hold talks with unhappy Kepa over a potential stay as Ben Chilwel has broken up with his fiancee model Camila.
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