Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is still keen to bolister his midfield department following a series of injury crisis to his squad by landing potential targets that can cement his position at the top of the premier league standings.
According to a report covered by a popular newspaper in Spain El-National, Chelsea have reportedly accepted to land the Brazilian and Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro in a bid that's estimated to worth £60m.
The 29 year old has fallen out of order at Santiago Bernabeu after a wake of poor performance in the first half of ongoing campaign with Spanish outfits considering to cash out on him.
It's claimed that Tuchel is viewing Casemiro as a perfect target to replace Saul Niguez who won't be signed permanently after failing to impress this season from Athletico Madrid on loan.
Meanwhile, Ronald Araujo has allegedly agreed to join Chelsea as Rudiger's replacement as per multiple unverified sources.
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