Chelsea prepare to enter Manchester City youth and striker

Chelsea prepare to enter Manchester City youth and striker

Awaiting UK government approval to make their purchase official, Chelsea and Thomas Tuchel are already studying parts for the team for the 2022/2023 season. The sale of £4.25 billion (R$25.7 billion in current conversions) of the blues to an American consortium led by mogul Todd Boehley promised to bring new air to the blues. Raheem Sterling, Jules Coundé and Josca Guardiol appear as possible names.

One of the buzzing names to be speculated behind the scenes of the Blues is Raheem Sterling, who has just won the Premier League with Manchester City. According to the newspaper “The Telegraph”, Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner and Christian Pulisic may be tempted to leave this summer, and the city, named number seven, is seen with good eyes by London’s sides. With the contract until 2023, Sterling will only have to decide his future after Nations League games in the first half of June.

Young defenders Jules Kaunde and Joska Guradiol, from Sevilla and RB Leipzig respectively, appear to be at the top of the priority list, as do players such as Rudiger, who is leaving for Real Madrid, and Christensen, who is joining Barcelona. Huh. The list of defeats for the club’s defensive players could still be long, as Spain’s Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso have already indicated they are looking to explore new markets.

So Coundé and Guardiol’s alternatives became potential solutions to this defensive crisis, but they are not the only names that have been sought. Pau Torres from Villarreal, and Jose Jiménez from Atlético de Madrid, also appear in the possible list of names already consulted.

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Thomas Tuchel has already indicated that names borrowed by the club could also be tested during the pre-season. Striker Armando Broza (on loan to Southampton last season) and midfielder Conor Gallagher (on loan to Crystal Palace) were praised several times by Chelsea’s boss during the season, and their returns are highly expected and new The front should be handled well. redesign






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