Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is reportedly keen to at least win another title especially the English premier league title after literally winning the UEFA champions league cup last season.
It should be noted that the Blues are currently in the first in EPL standings and apparently Tuchel is determined to bolister his defensive department so early.
Meanwhile, January transfer window is approaching and clubs will be entering into transfer battles with Chelsea already chasing some of their top targets. A trusted source from Italy has revealed that Chelsea are reportedly willing to offer £60m for Real Madrid's defender Ferland Mendy coming next summer.
Mendy, 26 was signed back in 2019 from Lyon and has established himself as a vital figure for the Los Blancos scoring several goals and making assists.
Ideally, Mendy might be a perfect target for the Blues considering the uncertainty of Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri's contract situation at Stamford Bridge.
In addition, the Blues will be without their Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku and Tomorrow Werner in the next fixture.
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