The Pride of London, Chelsea is no doubt ready to bounce back from a disappointing season and regain their bragging right as one of Premier League and Europe’s finest come next season.
The Blues are now under new ownership, Todd Boehly. The American has released a huge £200million for Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel to spend in the ongoing summer transfer window.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has been strongly backed in the transfer market and will be looking forward to adding significant players to his squad in the upcoming season.
Sevilla defender Jules Kounde has been heavily linked with a move to the London Blues as Thomas Tuchel looks to rebuild his side.
Kounde is no doubt a top target for Tuchel in the ongoing transfer window.
The French international defender, Kounde was targeted last summer by the Blues but a late move in the summer transfer window but the Blues are back in for the sensational defender this summer, however, following the departures of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen.
Chelsea will be keen to complete the signing soonest before pre-season. However, the Sevilla defender requires surgery following the UEFA Nations League match so it is unclear when a deal will be completed.
French forward, Ousmane Dembele remains a top target ahead of his exit from Barcelona. The Blues remain in the hunt for talented winger Dembele after he rejected Barcelona’s latest contract offer.
The 25-year-old will become a free agent at the end of the month and reports in Spain revealed that the LaLiga giants do not want to make any further offers. Dembele would also be happy to reunite with forward manager Thomas Tuchel at Stamfrod Bridge.
Raheem Sterling is also another summer target for the Blues. Speculation suggests there is a deal in the pipeline and it may be a good fit for all concerned.
Sterling is out of contract at Manchester City next summer and it looks no more likely now than it has at any point in the last two years that he’ll be offered the kind of terms he hoped for.
Chelsea need a goal threat, which Sterling undoubtedly offers; City rake in some cash; and the 27-year-old could switch stages seamlessly without the need to alter his ambition or status.
If Tuchel will be able to get his targets for next season, Chelsea will no doubt be a team no one would want to face. With the arrival of Raheem Sterling and other new signings
Here is how Chelsea is likely to lineup next season.
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