Chelsea Football Club will focus on the Epl title next season, and to do that they most likely need to enlist new players first.
Chelsea will be hoping to head out in different directions from certain players too to account for new players, and as indicated by reports coming in today they (Chelsea) are taking a serious look at AS Roma's Leonardo Spinazola as a possible swap for Emerson Palmieri who could leave this mid year.
As indicated by reports the blues are watching the Italian cautiously, and Spanish club Real Madrid are likewise supposed to be keen on his singing also.
With the marking of Ben Chilwell the previous summer, any semblance of Emerson Palmieri and Marcos Alonso fell behind the market request and now a move somewhere else could be in the books for the later.
However, what are your opinions concerning this Chelsea fans, would you like to see Leonardo Spinazola at Chelsea next season? How about we express your opinion in the comment area beneath?
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