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Chelsea target Argentine star and 'affordable' transfer could be completed in this summer transfer

Chelsea target Argentine defender and 'affordable' transfer could be completed this summer

Chelsea are showing interest in River Plate defender Luciano Vera.

Chelsea target Argentine defender and 'affordable' transfer could be completed this summer

Chelsea: Frank Lampard is ‘searching’ for players says pundit

Chelsea are one of several clubs showing interest in River Plate defender Luciano Vera, reports claim. The sought-after Argentina Under-17 international is also being monitored by French outfit Lyon and Italian heavyweights Lazio.

Chelsea are hoping to spend noteworthy assets in the forthcoming exchange window to close the hole on Manchester City and Liverpool. 

The Blues have just spent upwards of £90million on Ajax winger Hakim Ziyech and RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner. 

Further enormous cash appearances are apparently in the pipeline with chief Frank Lampard showing an enthusiasm for Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz and Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic. 

Be that as it may, interests in more youthful, less expensive ability are likewise not too far off. 

Sao Paulo young person Gustavo Maia, Sparta Prague forward Adam Hlozek and Monaco's Malamine Efekele have all been connected with moves to Stamford Bridge. 

What's more, presently, as indicated by French distribution FootMercato, River Plate defender Luciano Vera has been added to that rundown of energetic ability. 

Vera, 18, has shown up for Argentina's Under-17 crew - working basically as a right-back however has additionally been sent on the contrary flank. 

The youngster has never shown up for River Plate however that is not prevented European goliaths from taking an intrigue. 

FootMercato guarantee the Blues are 'not unmoved' by his characteristics and that he would be an entirely reasonable expansion this summer. 

In the interim, previous Blues midfielder Craig Burley has advised Frank Lampard to make two increments to their guarded backline in the following exchange window to unravel "tremendous worries" for the club. 

"What they've done is they've gone out and purchased assaulting players up until this point," Burley told ESPN FC. "Be that as it may, I figure we can see the inside half position and unquestionably the left-back position needs tending to. 

"In spite of the fact that Marcos Alonso benefits a few things going ahead, he has commonly worked better as a wing-back. 

"No doubt I think there are some colossal worries there in that position, just as the goalkeeper who plainly was untested today yet there has been ill will between the goalkeeper and the coaching staff, we realize that from the most recent a half year or something like that."

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