According to reports in Spain, Ousmane Dembele is the target of Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel’s ferocious pursuit, and the Blues appear to be in poor position to close a deal.
It is all event at Chelsea right now for certain huge likely signings ready to go. The debate about Cristiano Ronaldo’s defense is heating up. Dembele is reportedly one of Chelsea’s several projects that are currently in the works.
After failing to agree on another deal, the Frenchman appears destined to leave Barcelona on a free transfer. The player has a deal with the Catalan Goliaths, and a deal is on the table. Dembele will presumably keep trying even when it appears to be insufficient.
Despite suggestions that he is content playing for Xavi and should stay at the Nou Camp, this is the case. Tuchel is reportedly working tirelessly to complete the arrangement, according to the Spanish distributor Marca. Additionally, they claim that Chelsea are in the best possible position to sign him.
From their time together at Borussia Dortmund, Tuchel has a good understanding of Dembele. Additionally, he acknowledges that after an upsetting experience in Spain, he can still pull the best out of him.
At Barcelona, Dembele has struggled with a lack of structure and injuries. He very likely needs a fresh start, and Chelsea might provide that.
Paris Saint-Germain has also expressed interest, but according to Marca, Chelsea are the front-runners to make it happen.
The 25-year-old made his debut at Dortmund during the 2016–17 campaign. He scored six goals in 32 appearances, which led Barca to fork over an astounding £135 million to prepare him.
He still has many happy years ahead of him, even though the transfer cannot be viewed as a success. On the off chance that Tuchel can get him back to his peak, he will be a top signing on a free transfer.
Chelsea going after a double cross
Chelsea continues to pursue Raheem Sterling, a star for Manchester City, in the interim. It appears that Tuchel needs him and Dembele to be prepared. The duo would add a fresh twist to the Chelsea attack, and preparations are complete.
Real currently appears unable to sign a new agreement because he has one year remaining on his current one. Before deciding on his best line of action, the 27-year-old is expected to carefully consider all of his options.
To sign the England international before the start of the new season, Chelsea may launch a £60 million bid.