Chelsea are seeking to replace departed defensive pair Rudiger and Christensen who left the club on free transfer this summer after expiry of their contract. Meanwhile there are possibilities of the blues seeking to get the services of Matthijs de Ligt from Juventus as per Daily Mail report.
However the latter is believed to be on a £102m release clause in which the blues are ready to use Timo Werner or Pulisic in the swap deal. To try convince the Old Lady to accept a less fee plus player, makeshift.
According to Express via Alfredo Pedulla the Italian footballer reporter, the Tuchel side. Are preparing for a proposal worth the whopping £60m plus bonuses this summer.
And this may be a huge problem for Arsenal with Gazzetta dello Sport reporting that Juventus. May look to replace De Ligt if he leaves the club with Gunners defender Gabriel Magalhaes. They have been interested in the player for a long time.
Though they believe that Gabriel Magalhaes may be available for a fee worth €30m. Which looks impossible for Londoners to allow their important player to exit this summer. Despite having William Saliba back at the Emirates Stadium. From on loan deal with Marseille side last season.
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