Chelsea Set To Target PSG Defender
Presnel Kimpembe of Paris Saint-Germain is reportedly a player Chelsea is interested in signing.
After Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger departed the team to join Barcelona and Real Madrid, respectively, Thomas Tuchel is eager to bolster his defense this summer.
Kalidou Koulibaly, a defender for Napoli who is anticipated to sign a three-year contract soon, is already close to joining the team.
Five years after leaving Stamford Bridge for Bournemouth, Nathan Ake is also expected to participate in an electrifying comeback to the club.
The Dutchman has already agreed to personal terms, but Chelsea still has to negotiate with Manchester City to acquire the centre defender, who is valued at £45 million. And Tuchel has just added another defender to his list of desired transfers.
World-Class Defender Lands In London For Medicals
According to a report released by Fabrizio Romano, Senegalese defender, Kalidou Koulibaly, has landed in London for his medical tests after securing a move to Chelsea.
The sensational defender is set to be Chelsea's second summer signing after Raheem Sterling completed his move from Manchester City a couple of days ago.
Koulibaly is one of the most talented and experienced centre-back in Europe, and he is definitely going to be a great addition to Tuchel's team.
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