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Chelsea will reportedly kick-on from the acquisition of Jorginho by pursuing four players this week.

That’s according to Alfredo Pedulla, an Italian journalist who has been providing continuous updates on what’s been going on behind the scenes at Stamford Bridge this summer. The reliability of said reports has been in question, but he correctly predicted that Maurizio Sarri was set to take charge at Chelsea.

He has now claimed that Chelsea will be pursuing four more players this week. They are; Juventus pair Daniele Rugani and Gonzalo Higuain, CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin and Roma keeper Alisson Becker.

All of the aforementioned players have been linked with Chelsea in recent weeks. You’d think it highly improbable that we could land them all, but we’re not ruling anything out after the capture of Jorginho.

One thing’s for sure, it’s going to be an exciting few weeks from a Chelsea perspective. We can’t wait.

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Chelsea should sign a Pace and skillful winger like Leon Bailey from Bayern Leverkusen, we more than enough central midfielder.

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We need a good striker like Hary Kane inorder to make the team strong.

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Chelsea don’t need hinguan, he’s old and inconsistent, there’s Zouma, Maizga ready to play for the first team why shoul we buy rungani…? Golovin yes go ahead en buy him, Allison will depend if cortouirs want to go thn it’s fine to buy him… Chelsea must focus on bringing in… Read more »

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ok so please give name of a strike which is open to go in the transfer market ? And no, Mauro Icardi don’t want to go

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Jorge Luis, Rose Barkley, Bakayoko,Kante and Reuben ruftus cheek are good enough to operate centrally for us