Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is arguably making some progress at Stamford Bridge and he's allegedly hoping to land another title at the end of the season. The Germany boss is considering to bolister his defence line ahead of January transfer window and it's like he has already found a world class defender at Fenerbahce.
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Chelsea is one of the best teams defensively good since Thomas Tuchel took over last year as manager. The record has continued to be increasingly good that it attracted the attention of players last summer. 1. Attila Szalai [Photo Courtesy] In January according to the Sun, the Blues were interested in Hungary international Attila Szalai.
Attila Szalai Chelsea have reportedly entered the race to sign Bekistas defender Attila Szalai who has gained immense positive acclaim from football critics all over the world. The 23 year old has been rock solid at the defense for the Turkish club aslnd many have predicted that he is bound to reach the level of Sergio Ramos and the likes in the near future.
Chelsea have received huge boost in their pursuit for Hungary & Fernabache defender Attila Szalai after Hungarian Boss Marco Rossi confirmed that move to Stamford Bridge its a done deal. Marco Rossi confirmed that Szalai has been followed followed by major La Liga clubs but apparently his move to Chelsea is imminent.
Huge News From Stamford Bridge as Chelsea Reportedly Makes First January Signing, £20m Move Approved
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is still keen on bolistering his squad ahead of January transfer window by landing a central defender and a long term target that can be Ngolo Kante's successor. According to Football Insider, there is huge news from Stamford Bridge as Chelsea reportedly makes first January signing from claims that Hungarian defender Attila Szalai is close to finalizing a move to Chelsea as per his national coach Marco Rossi.
Chelsea suffered yet another blow against Brighton on Wednesday night after a 1-1 draw. The Blues went ahead of the Seagulls in what was seen as a hotly endless contested match. The team also picked injuries that may affect them in coming game weeks. [Photo Credits]
Chelsea players celebrating a goal against Wolves last season. Photo | Getty Images Chelsea have made some significant moves in preparation for the upcoming January transfer window. The club has approached, even made offers, several stars from top flight teams in the world. Among them are Rb Salzburg's Karim Adeyemi, Fenerbahce's Attila Szalai, Leverkusen's Florian Wirtz and Real Madrid's Eder Militao.
Chelsea have received a huge boost in their pursuit for Hungary & Fernabache defender Attila Szalai after the Hungarian Boss Marco Rossi confirmed that the move to Stamford Bridge is a done deal. Marco Rossi confirmed that Szalai has been eyed by major La Liga clubs but apparently his move to Chelsea is imminent.
Fenerbahce and Hungary defender Attila Szalai, 23. Photo | Sports Illustrated Chelsea fans have been left impressed after the club made an official move for Turkish Super Lig side Fenerbahce and Hungarian center-back Attila Szalai. In a report by Football Insider, The Blues have held talks with the 23-year-old's agents over a potential January transfer, as they look to reinforce their back-line in spite of the incredible defensive record they've had so far.
Attila Szalai, a Chelsea transfer target, watches the Fenerbahce match. According to rumours in Turkey, Chelsea has agreed to sign Fenerbahce player Attila Szalai. The Champions League winners wanted to improve their defensive options in the summer but were unable to sign priority target Jules Kounde, who was valued at more than £65 million by Sevilla.