Chelsea's quest to challenge for major honours next season is evident for everyone to see as the club has embarked on a massive recruitment drive to shore up grey areas in the team and also deepen the depth of the squad.
Stories regarding Chelsea’s alleged interest in Atletico Madrid's Slovenian shot stopper, Jan Oblak has been reported by various dailies with Atletico’s Assistant Manager, Burgos even confirming the news.
According to Pedro Fullana of Cadena SER, Burgos admitted that his club could lose a player or two this summer, and one of those is Oblak.
He said “If I quote one that would take me from Atlético de Madrid, it will be bad, I have to name them all. Look, the Russian wants to take Oblak …”
Atletico's Manager, Diego Simeone who spoke of Chelsea’s purported interest in the goalkeeper said that he is not surprised by Chelsea's interest in Oblak but he hopes the goalkeeper stays with the Madrid side.
Chelsea who have already acquired the services of Ziyech and Werner are also showing strong interest in Leicester City's defender, Ben Chilwell and Bayer Leverkusen talented midfielder, Kai Havertz.
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