Chelsea are in talks with Bayern Leverkusen to sign Kai Havertz as they are also in talks with Atlanta to sign their left back, Robin Gosens.
Chelsea has been in talk with Leicester over Ben Chilwell but Leicester are demanding a whooping £50 million which made Chelsea to explore for another option.
Gosens is now at the top of Chelsea’s shortlist ahead of the upcoming window. Atalanta are open to offers for the 26-year-old but the Italian club are demanding a €30 million (£27m) transfer fee.
It was revealed that Juventus and Hertha Berlin are also interested in the 26 years old.
Robin Gosen joined Atlanta from Netherlands side, Heracles Almelo in 2017 for about €1m but the 26 years old quickly established himself as a superb left back.
As a left back, Gosens scored 10 goals and made 8 assists for Heracles Almelo this season.
Chelsea are ready to sign him along Kai Havertz who has agreed to move to premier league club as talks with Chelsea being productive.
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