Chelsea reportedly have compiled a list of three potential defensive targets as several key players have expired contracts.
On the surface, Stamford Bridge is doing well right now. The Blues are ranked first in the Premier League and remain in five competitions since winning the UEFA Super Cup earlier in the season.
But behind the scenes there were problems with Thiago Silva, Cesar Azpilicueta, Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger. which contract expires in the summer of 2022. Marina Granovskaia works tirelessly to ensure that some of the four players stay at Stamford Bridge, but even if they don’t, she will have to have a contingency plan.
According to Eurosport, Chelsea have identified three potential targets to cover any base. Jules Kounde (Sevilla), Matthijs de Ligt (Juventus) and Pau Torres (Villarreal).
All three are outstanding and younger players who could defends for Chelsea, but Thomas Tuchel knows the grass isn’t always greener. Chelsea have one of the best lines of defense in Europe since the Germany came to power in January. It is illogical to dissolve any member of parliament.