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Chelsea prepares for three signings this summer, city could let Sterling leave if they get a bid above 70 million

The Daily Mail says that the blues will try to sign Dembele and Sterling soon. They will also be adding De Ligt to strengthen their defense.


Todd Boehly’s mission

Even though the Russians no longer own Chelsea, the club’s reputation as a giant and a champion, which the Russians built up, has not changed at all. Todd Boehly, the club’s new owner, says that keeping Chelsea FC at the top of the Premier League standings and among the teams with the best chances of winning the Champions League is one of the club’s top priorities. Boehly plans to hit the market twice himself in order to get the club’s attack going again.


Chelsea targets Raheem Sterling and Dembele

The Daily Mail said that Boehly is planning a move that would be a double blow for the transfer market. The Daily Mail says that the London club plans to offer more than 150 million pounds to sign Raheem Sterling and Ousmane Dembélé, two of the most wanted players who may switch teams. The two would move to the club from Manchester City and Barcelona.

Thomas Tuchel and his group, who are very important in terms of signings at the start of the transfer window, are happy with both. He has a lot of respect for the French player Ousmane Dembélé, who he used to coach at Borussia Dortmund. Now that Dembélé is available, there are people who want to sign him and the blues are among them.

The Daily Mail says that Tuchel has already talked to Raheem Sterling about a possible deal, even though The Athletic says that Tuchel is keeping an eye on how his relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo is going. If a bid of €70 million comes in for Raheem Sterling, the club might let the English player leave.

Matthijs De Ligt could be a possible replacement

Since Antonio Rüdiger and Christensen have left the club, Chelsea will also need to think about ways to strengthen the middle of their defense. Matthijs De Ligt is seen as a possible replacement. The Sun says that the Dutch defender who plays for Juventus right now could move to Stamford Bridge in exchange for a large sum of money and a trade involving Timo Werner.

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