Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has been reported to be set on releasing two players from his squad this summer as he aims to bring in bodies that will help in the fight for the Premier League glory this term.
According to report, the Blues' boss is prepared to release Conor Gallagher and Hudson-Odoi from the club and replace them with much improved talents.
Gallagher had a good season at Crystal Palace last season and he is a target for Leicester City who are about to lose James Madison. Madison is being linked with a move to Arsenal and report claims the Gunners could make official move to signing him this week.
Hudson-Odoi is not being guaranteed playing time from manager Thomas Tuchel and he will appreciate any opportunity that will hand him more playing time in this already underway season.
This comes at a time when the Blues target both Emerik Aubameyang and Mephis Depay to be in a position of challenging for the Premier League title this term which looks to be tough if the the preparedness from both top teams is to go by.
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