Kimpembe at Chelsea is becoming a bigger danger!
During the summer transfer window, Chelsea FC wants to sign a player from PSG. Thomas Tuchel still wants to sign Presnel Kimpembe, even though he just got Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli.
Kimpembe talks to Paris about a deal on Tuchel’s behalf
Christophe Galtier, the new coach of PSG, was amused when he heard that Presnel Kimpembe would be moved to Chelsea FC. However, he was able to swallow his pride. Thomas Tuchel, who used to coach the player at Paris Saint-Germain now has his eye on him. The Chelsea coach said that the French player and Kalidou Koulibaly would play together on the Blues’ defense next season. The Parisians didn’t take the rumor that one of their players might be moving to another team seriously, but he didn’t care and got to work on the case anyway.
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It’s important to realize that Chelsea’s recent defensive strategy has a huge hole in it. Both Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger’s contracts with the London club have been canceled. Cesar Azpilicueta and FC Barcelona are getting closer, so the owners of Chelsea have decided to do something to stop it. The club’s goals for the upcoming season are looking elsewhere for players, even though it was able to regain some composure after signing Kalidou Koulibaly for close to 39 million euros.
Presnel Kimpembe has no problems with joining Chelsea FC
Presnel Kimpembe, a French international, may be moved. According to Fabrizio Romano’s reporting, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are in “direct talks” about this. However, all signs point to the likelihood that he will leave. The latest rumors say that Paris Saint-Germain wouldn’t mind if the defender played for another team.
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