The summer transfer window is at it's peak with several European clubs now finalizing their transfer deals in order to get ready for the coming 2022/23 campaign which is set to return in 8 days time.
Chelsea haven't done so much having only signed two players Raheem Sterling and Kolidou Koulibaly and would be willing to make more moves as per latest reports.
Apparently, Tuchel's main priority is to sign an attacker and a midfielder in an attempt to win some major silverwares next season.
However according to the Sun Football, Barcelona are set to loan Frankie De Jong to Chelsea having snubbed Man United's move thereby gifting Tuchel a perfect CDM who can apparently replace Ngolo Kante.
Chelsea are as well claimed to have received a huge boost following reports that Bayern Munich's ace Benjamin Parvad is open to sealing Stamford Bridge move.
Meanwhile, Leicester city's ace Wesley Fofana is highly priced and therefore a move to Chelsea is unlikely as Boehly isn't ready to spend over £60m on a Defender.
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