With the firm intention of acquiring the services of Dutch center-back Matthijs de Ligt, the London club is looking to negotiate with Juventus. The offer would be 44 million euros plus the transfer of Timo Werner.
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It is no secret that Todd Boehly, Chelsea's new owner, is going to work as hard as he can to make a splash in the summer transfer window. The Stamford Bridge club wants to boost the performance of its squad with the ambition of reigning in the Premier League.
All this without losing sight of its aspirations in Europe's top contest, the Champions League. Moving on to their summer plans, the London side insists on Matthijs de Ligt for the central axis of their rearguard. A defender who remains tied to Juventus until June 2024.
Chelsea wish to let Werner go
A German striker, who excelled in his day with RB Leipzig, condemned to play a rather secondary role in Thomas Tuchel's team. He would thus enjoy the Juventus escape route under Massimiliano Allegri in Turin. For his part, Matthijs de Ligt would accept the challenge of being the new marshal of Chelsea's defensive system.