Thomas Tuchel is planning to offload some Chelsea stars in order to bring in new player. They are in the verge of bringing in new right-back, striker and midfielder.
This means tha the club will be expected to spend over £200 million in order to do so. Player like Fikayo Tomori to be sold in order to raise some cash. Chelsea is targeting Earling Halaand from Borussia and Achraf Hakimi from inter Milan.
PSG have been the only club that wanted to sign the star player, but Chelsea have entered the race as both the have place same bid worthy £60 million. Chelsea might win the race after offering two players in order to secure the deal. According to Fabrizio Romano chelsea have reportedly contacted the player agent as talks between Inter Milan and PSG are still ongoing.
If Hakimi arrives at Stamford bridge, he might trigger the position of England youngster Recee James who was very fruitful to the champions league squad.
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