Chelsea is aiming to add to their team during the upcoming summer transfer window, despite the fact that the club has been sanctioned by the United Kingdom government.
Real Madrid has agreed to a verbal deal with Chelsea to sign Antonio Rudiger, and Andreas Christensen is expected to join arch-rivals Barcelona in the summer. Both players are expected to leave the Blues in the summer.
Consequently, Thomas Tuchel is aware that his team will require replacements and has made the decision to bolster his backline, knowing that Thiago Silva and Azpilicueta will only be senior defenders at Stamford Bridge for the foreseeable future.
To replace Rudiger, Chelsea are reportedly considering signing England international Fikayo Tomori, according to Fichajes (https://www.fichajes.net).
The 24-year-old made a permanent move to AC Milan in 2021 for £28 million after a six-month loan spell with the club during which he impressed in Serie A and, according to reports, helped his team to the top of the table.
In addition, it is reported that Chelsea’s board of directors has been impressed by his metamorphosis and that they are willing to spend big money to keep him at Stamford Bridge despite his previous inability to establish himself under Thomas Tuchel
Chelsea have been linked with a number of crucial defenders, including Jules Kounde and Pau Torres, and as a result, Fikayo Tomori should not be signed, according to the ideal scenario.