Chelsea bid confirmed for 26-year-old Inter Milan’ defender

Chelsea is planning to launch an offer for Denzel Dumfries of Inter Milan soon.

90min reports that the club is anticipated to make a strong bid on the Serie A team, which must make a significant sell this summer due to financial obligations.

The Dutchman has been regarded as the ideal candidate to give cover on the right of defense for the Blues as they search for insurance across their defense in the last month of the transfer window.
He excelled in the position, especially at Euro 2020, when he garnered much recognition for his efforts for the Netherlands despite their lackluster result in the competition overall.

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Reece James is already a defensive option for Thomas Tuchel on the right, but the German coach has repeatedly thought about using the Englishman as one of his back three players to fill the vacuum left by the absence of a solid wing-back option.

Chelsea will make an offer for Dumfries
As a result, according to 90min, they are now focused on Dumfries, with the Nerazzurri preparing a bid that will happen in the next few days.

The team is also debating making Southampton a formal offer for Kyle Walker-Peters.
The Saints player had a fantastic season in which he played on either side of the team’s defense, demonstrating his strength as a defender while also giving the Blues the offensive threat they need in their specific roles.

Due to the potential departure of Marcos Alonso, they may decide to pursue a deal with the England international rather than Dumfries since Ben Chilwell may not have enough coverage on the other flank.

Given how lengthy some of their previous conversations have been this summer, Todd Boehly will undoubtedly be aiming to close any deals swiftly with the start of the season just a few days away.

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