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Chelsea's transfer plan takes another twist. But who should they sign if these two stars leave?

Chelsea's transfer plan is about to take another twist following the recent the Blues unwillingness to offer some of their stars new contracts.

Chelsea are yet to make up their mind on the contract situation of two of their defenders as they approach the last two years of their contract. The blues looks like they are pondering whether to over them new contract or to allow them leave.

The Blues are yet to offer new contract to Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, with the two players having just two year remaining in their current contract.

Rudiger had reported planned to hold talks with Chelsea concerning a new contract but the two parties are yet to sit while his colleague Christensen is calm over his contract situation and has not confronted Chelsea yet. However, the two players remain very committed to Chelsea and are open to renewing terms, if Chelsea offers one.

However, there are rumours that Chelsea don't want to renew the contract of the duo and will be seeking new additions, but who should they sign.

Initially, Chelsea had no intention of signing central defenders, but if they have to let Rudiger and Christensen leave, then they have to make new defensive signings. But who should they sign?

The Blues are already linked with Declan Rice and reports has revealed that Frank Lampard wants to play the English man in the central defense position, as Frank Lampard continues his plan to rebuild the Blues.

Also the Blues still have Fikayo Tomori and Kurt Zouma, while Ben Chilwell is also a possible target but he is not a central defender.

The Blues have long targeted a left-back - Leicester's Ben Chilwell being their primary target - but they are increasingly considering signing a central defender.

It's going to be a busy transfer period for Chelsea.

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