Chelsea are reportedly ready to loan out defender Trevoh Chalobah. RB Leipzig and AC Milan are reportedly ahead in the queue for his signature.
The defender is also open to a loan move this season. However, the final decision to loan him out will be taken by the Premier League club.
TREVOR CHALOBAH LOAN DEAL LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Chelsea are ready to loan out defender Trevoh Chalobah. RB Leipzig and AC Milan have already made inquiries about the defender. However, the final decision will be taken by Thomas Tuchel. Tuchel rates the defender very highly. Hence, the club are looking reluctant to loan out the defender before new signings arrive.
The report also claims that AC Milan is the frontrunner for his signature. AC Milan are also willing to pay his 3 million loan fee to Chelsea. Hence, the dialogues between the two clubs have turned serious. Although, no agreement has been reached at any stage. Thomas Tuchel is also pushing the owner to complete the signings of other targets.
CHELSEA ARE ALSO PUSHING FOR FURTHER INCOMINGS AND OUTGOINGS
The Premier League club are looking to have a busy transfer window this summer. This is in terms of both incomings and outgoings. Chelsea have already started taking quick decisions. Callum Hudson-Odoi is all set to join Bayer Leverkusen on loan. The contract of Ross Barkley has been terminated by both parties on mutual consent.
Whereas, Wesley Fofana is undergoing medical in the USA to complete the move to Chelsea. Thomas Tuchel has also made the decision to keep Christian Pulisic. Pulisic was reportedly linked to a loan move to the European clubs. The Blues are also pushing for a move for the Barcelona forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Whereas Armando Broja and Connor Gallagher are also set to stay at the club.
Hence, it is clear that Chelsea will be very active in the last days of the transfer window. There are also chances that the club will again try to sign Anthony Gordon from Everton. However, Everton have no interest in selling Anthony Gordon this summer.
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