Chelsea and its board have their eyes set on strengthening their squad for the 2022-2023 season.
With the exit of players like Andreas Christensen, Romelu Lukaku, and Antonio Rudiger, there is a need for replacements to fill in for the trio.
The Blues have secured the signing of Raheem Sterling from Manchester City and are closing in on Kalidou Koulibaly according to recent rumors.
The English side is also linked to top target priorities like Jules Kounde, De Ligt, Ake, De Jong, and Robert Lewandowski among others in the summer transfer market.
According to reports coming from The Daily Mail, it suggests that Chelsea has inquired into the availability of Oleksandr Zinchenko this summer and Manchester City are willing to listen to offers that meet their desired selling price worth around £35 million for the Ukrainian International.
The 25-year-old footballer played 24 times in all competitions last season for Manchester City, assisting four times in the process.
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