Chelsea will be aiming to make some great acquisitions this summer to boost their team following the unveiling of their new owner.
Chelsea, on the other hand, may be on the approach of making their first summer signing, according to rumors.
The sale should be completed by June 30, according to reports, because that is when his club’s accounts must be balanced.
Chelsea is looking to bolster a number of positions now that the new owners have taken over and the Todd Boehly era has begun. The focus is on the back line, where several key players are on the way out.
Thomas Tuchel allegedly informed his teammates of Kounde’s impending arrival, with Kounde even returning to Paris on the last weekend of the transfer window in the hopes of completing the deal he’d hoped for.
Chelsea and Sevilla have struck an agreement in principle to sign Jules Kounde, according to Sky Sports, and all that remains is to agree on a cost.
Because it wants to balance its finances by June 30, the Spanish club desires a quick sale.
Last year, discussions on a deal for Kounde fell down, but all parties believe it will happen this time.
According to Sky, other defensive options are Presnel Kimpembe of PSG, Jose Gimenez of Atletico Madrid, and Josko Gvardiol of RB Leipzig.