Chelsea FC are engaged on offers to signal each Nathan Ake and Presnel Kimpembe as soon as they’ve wrapped up a transfer for Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly, in response to Italian reporter Fabrizio Romano.
The south west London aspect have been strongly linked with a transfer for the Napoli defender in current days and in response to Romano, the switch transfer to deliver the 31-year-old Senegal worldwide to Stamford Bridge is now all however finished.
Chelsea FC are in want of defensive reinforcements this summer season following the departures of each Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger on free transfers, and in response to the Italian journalist, Manchester Metropolis’s Nathan Ake and Paris Saint-Germain’s Presnel Kimpembe are the membership’s subsequent two targets.
Romano says that Chelsea FC are “working” to signal each gamers as “priorities” as Thomas Tuchel goals to beef up his back-line forward of his second full season in command of the south west London aspect.
Ake, 27, is a former Chelsea FC participant who spent 5 years on the membership earlier than transferring to Bournemouth in 2017 after which becoming a member of Manchester Metropolis.
In the meantime, Kimpembe, 26, is a product of the PSG youth system and has been an everyday fixture within the French membership’s first workforce in current seasons.
In response to Romano, Chelsea FC are actually set to show their attentions in direction of signing each gamers as they give the impression of being to ramp up their summer season switch enterprise.
Posting on his private Twitter account, Romano mentioned: “Chelsea are working to signal each Nathan Ake and Presnel Kimpembe after Kalidou Koulibaly. Negotiations in progress for each with Man Metropolis and Paris Saint-Germain.
“Koulibaly will signal quickly, Kimpembe and Ake are Tuchel priorities as Matthijs de Ligt is near becoming a member of Bayern.”
Chelsea FC introduced their first signing of the summer season switch window on Wednesday after finishing a deal to land Raheem Sterling from Manchester Metropolis on a five-year contract.