In a glance at the latest Chelsea-related news stories, the Blues are reportedly interested in the French footballer as former Chelsea player and legend John Terry bids farewell to Aston Villa in pursue of a managerial career.
The Centre-back was a regular for France at the just concluded Euros 2020 and also for Paris Saint German last season. The arrival of Sergio Ramos from Real Madrid could change things for the 25 years old defender.
Kimpembe still has a contract with the Paris club until 2024, and as the vice captain with ties with his hometown club, he may remain at the club, but he may loose his place in the team if Sergio Ramos begins to play for the French giants. This is a big reason to demand a move away from the club. Though, reports states that the Centre-back is not worried about his position at the club and has not thought about leaving Paris.
The Blues are in the transfer market to further strengthen their backline and the French star has been identified as a long term replacement for Thiago Silva.
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