Chelsea are still struggling to capture high profile players in this summer despite already having Koulibaly from Napoli. So is the England international Raheem Sterling from Manchester City as well as Cucurella from Brighton and Chukwuemeka from Aston Villa.
Meanwhile the West London side have been seeking the young Anthony Gordon from Everton as per Sunsport report. As per a report by Sunsport the Chelsea side have placed a £50m for the player plus £10m in add-ons to Everton side.
Meanwhile as per same publication now Everton are demanding the Tuchel side should include. Conor Gallagher or their striker Armando Broja on loan as part of the deal to sign Gordon as per the report by Daily Mail.
Both Conor Gallagher and Broja were out on loan last season in Crystal Palace and Southampton side respectively. They were all impressive with Conor winning Crystal Palace Player of the Season in last campaign.
While Broja managed to score nine goals for the Saint's which is huge step into next chapter of his career. Conor Gallagher made his first Chelsea start in last weekend 3-0 defeat to the Leeds United side but this is due to injuries to Kante and Kovacic.
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