Chelsea are reportedly planning to reduce the numbers of players of their squad, in a bid to raise fund to secure the services of their summer transfer window prime targets Erling Haaland and Romelu Lukaku.
The West London club board are reportedly ready to raise £100m by selling three of their first team star players in the summer, according to reports.
The three players Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori and Kurt Zouma, have been in a stunning form for the Premier League giants since they joined, but have failed to enjoy a regular first team start.
Chelsea have reportedly placed a £40m price tag on Tammy Abraham, who has been shown interest by West Ham and Aston Villa.
On the other hand, Kurt zouma has fallen down the pecking order under the Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel as the German gaffer prefers the use of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen.
And lastly, Fikayo Tomori, who is currently on loan with AC Milan, could be signed by the Serie A giants on a permanent basis, with £25m transfer fee set to permanent the deal for the England international.
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