Chelsea are still struggling to capture the signature of few high profile players this summer. Already the likes of Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona have been linked. Wesley Fofana from Leicester City as per Daily Mail they even have placed £70m but has been rejected as per Daily Mail report.
However another report by Daily Mail via Italian outlet CMW the blues want Nicolo Zaniolo from Roma. But they are willing to try place an offer on the table. Then include American international Christian Pulisic as part of the swap deal.
However Tottenham Hotspur had reached an agreement with a well planning Roma side to get Zaniolo on loan this season then sign him permanently by the end of this season. Jose Mourinho unfortunately interrupted and made sure the deal collapsed as per Daily Mail report.
It is not clear if Roma will accept the offer from Chelsea another of Jose Mourinho former club. Especially with now Pulisic then going the other side it could be possible for the Italians. To then allow the 23-year-old Italian to leave the club this summer.
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