Thomas Tuchel will be looking to fight for the premier league title next season after leading Chelsea for Champions League triumph. For him to achieve this, he needs to get some quality talents from the current transfer market as soon as possible.
The Blues have shown interest in Barcelona star Miralem Pjanic as they look new body in the midfield. Pjanic is close on the Chelsea move as doors are open for the English club to complete the deal as reports claim Barcelona are releasing the former Juventus star from Camp Nou after failing to impress manager Ronald Koeman.It has been reported that Koeman has no plans for Pjanic and he is ready to get rid of him as he plans to challenge for the La Liga title next season.
Pjanic joined Barcelona from Juventus and Thomas Tuchel has been a big admirer of the star since his time in PSG and now he will get him while managing Chelsea. Pjanic had a difficult time in Spain and his time at Barca is one to forget in his football career and he will probably welcome a new challenge.
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