Chelsea have had to busy summer ahead of next season football, with the aim of contesting for the league title ahead and to close gap on Liverpool and Manchester city.
Chelsea are ready to follow up their interest in Atalanta full back Robin Gosen after making him their top priority according to Football.London and was also confirmed by Metro.
Chelsea coach Frank Lampard is looking set to strengthen his full back option this summer ahead of a next season football according to same source.
According to Kicker, Gosen is now chelsea's first choice target this summer, with Atlanta ready to listen to offer for around €27million.
He could be the fourth signing to follow Kai Havertz to Chelsea, as reported by Sky Germany also confirmed that Chelsea have agreed personal term with the midfielder and the two clubs are looking to agree a fee.
Gosen joined Atlanta from Heracle Almelo for under £1m in 2017, and he has been a very important player for the Italian side this season scoring 8 goals and providing further 10 assists in 38 appearances.
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