8 players linked with Chelsea moves this summer immediately sanctions are lifted

The Chelsea management are doing everything possible to restore the club to normal ahead of the summer transfer window. Despite the sanctions and new owners yet to be confirmed, the club have been linked to players since the sanctions only banned them from business deals and not talks.

The current Chelsea board and recruitment team are already planning and working on summer targets ready to launch in time when the new owners do arrive through the doors at Stamford Bridge.

They’re many names that keep coming up with strong ties linking them to Chelsea in recent weeks, this implies there could be some serious move for the Blues this summer despite the turbulence.

Speaking of the names on Chelsea radar ahead of the summer we have compiled the list of 8 possible transfers. They include the following:

Jules Kounde, Aurelien Tchouameni, Amos Pieter, Erling Haaland, Pau Torres, Declan Rice, Riyad Mahrez, Gleison Bremer.

Erling Haaland is believed to have a strong links suggesting a move to the Premier League, with Manchester City rumoured to have had a verbal agreement with the Dortmund forward but they are yet to put a pen to the rumour.

Chelsea have ‘dressing room fears about Tuchel’s future’ as takeover drags on

The ownership takeover situation at Chelsea has become frustrating for everyone involved and to be honest, the confusion and uncertainty surrounding it is bound to have an effect.

A report from The Times today claims that because Chelsea are unable to buy or sell players until the takeover process is completed, there is a feeling in the dressing room that it is costing them key players and could plunge the head coach Thomas Tuchel’s future into doubt.

I think it is natural and just human emotions to feel fear around the uncertainty at Chelsea right now, especially when you factor in that we could be losing at least 3 or 4 senior and regular players in Thomas Tuchel’s line up this summer. That is bound to have an effect in the camp.

But I also think that once the new owners are in place things will settle down again and reassurances will be given collectively and we can build a good squad under Thomas Tuchel and move us forward once again.

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