The 2020-20 Premier League season is set to start next month and The Blues have been quiet in the ongoing transfer market with Thomas Tuchel's side yet to make any big-money signing but have been selling out several players.
Players like Oliver Giroud, Victor Moses, Marc Guehi and Fikayo Tomori, have all parted ways with the European Champions, but the Stamford Bride club are still yet to make any big-money signing with the EPL set to kick start in August.
Chelsea have lost yet another talented player to a Premier League rival club as they have announce and confirm that midfelder, Dynel Simeu has completed his move to Southampton on a permanent transfer.
The England International joined the South club after spending seven good years with Chelsea when he came to England from Cameroon.
Simeu has bottled 22 appearance last season for the Blues, he was among the trophy-winning Chelsea team in the Premier League 2 title triumph of 2019/20.
The England International was a regular first-team starter for Chelsea, and played a vital role in the defense, he has also captained the team on numerous matches in the Premier League 2.
In the other hand, Thomas Tuchel is trying to secure the signature of Sevilla's Jules Kounde, with Chelsea reportedly agreeing a five-year long term contract with the top-rated centre-back. However, the deal could include a player-plus-cash transfer which could see Kurt Zuma depart Chelsea for Sevilla.
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