Chelsea’s four-man transfer shortlist, as Thomas Tuchel ready to spend big

Thomas Tuchel is clearly relishing the idea that he can once again make deals, and the German has compiled a four-man summer wishlist. After Roman Abramovich was sanctioned, Chelsea was ultimately taken over, allowing them to resume their operations.

With Romelu Lukaku’s future unknown, Tuchel is considering three new defenders as well as a possible transfer for Gabriel Jesus in the attack.

Chelsea has had a rough year as a result of the sanctions imposed on the club, which has prevented them from operating normally. Chelsea was unable to acquire new players or provide new contracts to their present team due to several supporter issues.

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As a result, players like Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen have been let go, and Chelsea is in desperate need of defensive reinforcements as well as a boost up forward. Tuchel has a four-man shortlist to stabilize Chelsea for next season, according to BILD.
Jules Kounde (Jules Kounde)
Last summer, Chelsea was connected with a deal for Jules Kounde, but Sevilla put a stop to it by insisting on triggering the Frenchman’s release clause in order to sign him. Chelsea decided on a deal because they had just bought Romelu Lukaku for £97.5 million.

However, they may now come to regret their decision, since they have been left very short in the back. Kounde is regarded as one of La Liga’s most promising defenders, and as a result, he has earned a spot in the French national squad.

However, Sevilla recently sold Diego Carlos to Aston Villa, making a trade for Kounde much more difficult. They’ll have to spend a lot of money to sign him, but they might not have a choice.

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