Chelsea is among the list of clubs that have completed a deal with some World-Class stars since the past months, having already secured the signature of Ajax star Hakim Ziyech and RB Leipzig star Timo Werner, who had been keen on making a switch to Liverpool before being finally signed by the West London club.
Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard is looking for a way to bolster his squad against the next season and has been linked with a move for players, who he found resourceful to the teams in that positions he seeks for an improvement with.
The West London club have reportedly shown interest in signing Hoffenheim forward who is dubbed the "next Arjen Robben".
The 17 years old has been impressive in performance for the German outfits, and his performance seems to have attracted Premier League giants like Liverpool and Chelsea, and German outfits Schalke 04.
Schalke 04 have been tipped as the frontrunners to secure the signature of the Germany international, but they could be priced out of a deal for the Hoffenheim starlet, as a result of the financial implication caused by coronavirus.
The West London club have however identified the youngster as a transfer target and are reportedly planning a move to secure his signature, once the transfer window is reopened.
Nick Breitenbucher has managed to find the back of the net 13 times and provided three assists from 16 games at the Hoffenheim youth level, during this current campaign.
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