Chelsea have already brought in João Felix from Atletico Madrid this January transfer window on loan until end of the season. A well playing London side are struggling in tenth position in the Premier League table.
And Todd Boehly has signed Mykhaylo Mudryk from Shakhtar Donetsk for £88m as per Sunsport report. Chelsea have already spent £420m on transfers this season. But spread payments for those deals over record-breaking contracts up to eight-and-a-half years in length.
Other players have joined the blues this winter window and the manager has injuries to Kante, Fofana, Sterling and other first team players. After last summer attempt to sign Everton winger Anthony Gordon failed for Chelsea.
Now they are interested in the player especially with Everton in a struggling situation and have fired manager Frank Lampard. The club may need to secure funds to help incoming new boss to at least bring in his preferred players.
Chelsea are rivalling Newcastle United in the chase for Everton's Anthony Gordon. Eddie Howe side had then opened talks with Everton last week after reviving interest in the 21-year-old winger, who is valued around £60million.
Talks are continuing but Chelsea's presence at the negotiating table could help Everton achieve their desired price. Chelsea are willing to strike a deal that would see Gordon stay at Everton on loan for the season.
And have also enquired after the Goodison club's towering high profile midfielder Amadou Onana, offering a quick profit on the £33.5m paid to Lille last summer. It's not clear if the new boss for Everton if appointed will sanction the departure of Gordon and Onana as per Daily Mail report.
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