Chelsea Transfer Roundup Wednesday Evening July 15th 2020
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Chelsea Transfer Roundup For Today July 15th 2020.
Chelsea Are planning to go all out to sign Jan Oblak as the blues hope to sign Athletico Madrid’s goalkeeper this summer. Chelsea are also willing to include Kepa Arrizabalaga in the deal to sign the Slovenian goalkeeper. Reports have also claimed that Athletico Madrid manager Diego Simione is not surprised by Chelsea’s Interest in the goalkeeper.
Chelsea are still hot on Kai Havertz heels as the blues hope to complete tha signing of the 21 year-old attacking midfielder. Chelsea have creativity problems in the middle of the park, with the team needing Christian Pulisic to create the goal for Giroud’s goal yesterday. Chelsea have still not agreed a fee for Havertz, but they still lead the race for the £75m rated youngster.
Declan Rice: Chelsea could use Fikayo Tomori as makeweight to sign Declan Rice from West Ham. Chelsea want to sign Rice as Frank Lampard would love to have him as a defender in his team.
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