Chelsea football club are set to loose two top defenders on free transfers after failing to convince them renew their contracts. Andreas Christensen and Antony Rudiger are set to leave for FC Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively in the summer.
Thomas Tuchel is set to remain with limited choice of central defenders for the new competitive season. Several top defenders have been targeted by the Stamford Bridge bosses with Sevilla and France national team defender Jules Kounde topping the list.
According to reliable journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea are set to make a reportedly set to make an opening bid for Jules Kounde as initial talks are set to begin.
The Spanish club rate their defender at €65 million and will want to receive more than or close to the release clause.
"Sevilla have no intention to accept less than €65m for Jules Koundé, as of today. This is the price tag to open negotiations. 🔵 #CFC
Chelsea are expected to make their opening bid soon - for sure he’s still top of the list for Blues." Fabrizio Romano confirmed.
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