Chelsea FC have been linked with a move to sign some players lately, in an attempt to strengthen their squad ahead of next season.
The Blues have signed Kalidou Koulibaly, and they are willing to sign another defender, due to the departure of Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger.
However, The Blues have identified a young talented Croatian defender as a potential transfer target after a report claims that Chelsea FC is keen to make Josko Gvardiol their No1 transfer target.
Josko Gvardiol is a versatile defender who plays as a center-back defender and a left-back defender.
20-year-old Josko Gvardiol joins RB Leipzig in 2021 from Dinamo Zagreb for €18.30million and his deal at the club doesn't terminate till 2026.
This means Chelsea FC will offer RB Liepzig an enticing offer to sign the Croatian youngster.
If Chelsea could sign Josko, he would be a long-term option in Chelsea's defensive unit, given his tender age and potential.
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