Despite letting Romelu Lukaku, Antonio Rudiger, and Andreas Christensen depart Stamford Bridge, as well as Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso mulling joining Barcelona as free agents, Chelsea has yet to add any players.
Given the kind of faith Chelsea supporters had in American owner Todd Boehly and his company, this is truly amazing. Instead, a comprehensive purge is being carried out in preparation for the club's new board of directors.
The London-based powerhouses have been linked with a number of highly regarded players since the start of the transfer season, including Jules Kounde, Nathan ake, Ousmane Dembele, and Raheem Sterling.
Ousmane Dembele, the star winger for Barcelona, has 72 hours to decide on his future, and Mirror Football reports that he has rejected PSG in favor of joining Chelsea as a free agent.
With Timo Werner or Pulisic said to be included in Matthijs De Ligt's swap deal, Thomas Tuchel is considering bolstering his final third with the French international as a target.
Idealistically, Dembele is a great player and would provide a fantastic target for Tuchel's front line to misfire against.
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