Chelsea are prepared to catch up their enthusiasm for Atalanta Robin Gosens subsequent to making him head of their rundown of possible left-back signings, as indicated by reports.
Lampard is comprehended to be enthusiastic about fortifying his left full-back choices this late spring, and the Blues have been connected with a large group of names including Leicester's Ben Chilwell and Ajax's Nicolas Tagliafico.
Be that as it may, as indicated by Kicker, Gosens is presently Chelsea's best option focus on this late spring, with Atalanta prepared to tune in to offers for the profoundly appraised German.
The Serie A side, who have had a splendid season under Gian Piero Gasperini, are allegedly prepared to sell the protector for around £27million.
Juventus, Inter Milan, and Hertha Berlin are additionally intrigued, however, the Blues could move rapidly to sign the 26-year-old.
Gosens joined Atalanta from Dutch side Heracles Almelo for under £1m in 2017 and has featured for the Italian side this season with 10 goals and eight aids in 38 appearances.
As indicated by Sky Germany, Chelsea have concurred individual terms with the midfielder and are in cutting edge chats with Leverkusen over an expense.
Chelsea are purportedly hoping to concur with an underlying charge around £70m, with additional items to be incorporated.
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