£43 million star to join Koulibaly at Stamford Bridge – Chelsea is “already” clear in closing the deal

Chelsea and PSG are now in discussions over the center back from France, Presnel Kimpembe, according to information shared with Blues supporters. Kimpembe is valued at £43 million.

Ted Boehly recognized that he would need to make some big financial expenditures if he wanted to keep his supporters on board and catch up to Manchester City and Liverpool. Consequently, it was necessary to find a major player.

The American’s first acquisition was Raheem Sterling, and since it took Chelsea some time to finalize their deal, Kalidou Koulibaly is the second player to sign with the team.

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According to Fabrizio Romano, rumors that Chelsea and PSG are now in talks to purchase Kimpembe have surfaced, and it now looks that Thomas Tuchel will receive a player that he much admires.
The French champions would contemplate moving the 26-year-old if their asking price was fulfilled, despite the fact that the negotiations have not advanced very far.

According to a recent report from The Independent, PSG has set a price of €50 million (£42 million) plus €10 million (£8.5 million) in bonuses, although that hasn’t occurred yet.

The fact that Kimpembe’s contract is about to expire will offer Chelsea an advantage in their pursuit of signing him because he is nearing the pinnacle of his career and will only become better over the coming several seasons.

The addition of Koulibaly is a world-class move that will strengthen Chelsea’s defense, but if they can also get Kimpembe, it would make a dangerous backline tandem.

Will Chelsea, though, bring in a striker this summer? Another significant query being posed by fans is this one.

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