Chelsea transfer, news and rumours: Summer, transfer window 2022..!

Plans are in place to make Sevilla, defender Jules Kounde one of Chelsea’s first, signings once their takeover of the club is complete (Goal, May 19); Kounde, was blocked from a move to Chelsea last, summer but he remains their top defensive target, ahead of a summer of change in London (Daily Mail, May 20); Chelsea, will also pursue a deal for AC Milan captain, and Italy defender Alessio Romagnoli, who will become a free, agent this summer (Mundo Deportivo, May 19).

Chelsea intend to re-open talks with, Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele, providing he is still a,vailable once the club’s takeover has, concluded (90min, May 19); Conor Gallagher and Armando Broja will, return to Chelsea after the completion of, their respective loans at Crystal Palace and Chelsea (Fabrizio, Romano, May 19).

Chelsea withdrew from the race to s,ign Erling Haaland because they had doubts, about his ability to play in the Premier League, according to reports (The Sun, May 12) Chelsea have been,, left frustrated that the sanctions placed on the club have restricted their transfer pursuit of Haaland (The Sun, May 7).

Manchester United are reportedly, plotting to hijack Chelsea’s plan to, buy Stuttgart’s Borna Sosa, who has been compared to David Beckham, (Daily Mail, May 11)

Pau Torres has received interest, from Manchester United, Manchester City and, Chelsea as the Premier League sides prepare to activate his £50m release, clause in the summer (The Sun, A

Chelsea and Manchester United target, Declan Rice is ‘open’ to a transfer, after rebuffing a new contract offer from West Ham – but a summer, move remains unlikely (Daily Mirror, April 23).

Chelsea and Newcastle are keeping, tabs on Arminia Bielefeld and, Germany U21 defender Amos Pieper, who is a free agent this summer, (Daily Mirror, April 25).

Two thunderous goals from, Aurelien Tchouameni for Monaco against Lille could have done his, hopes of a big-money transfer some good, with reports that scouts, from Manchester United, Chelsea and, Real Madrid were all in attendance (The Mirror, May 8).

Chelsea have been dealt a huge, blow in their quest for Christopher Nkunku as, RB Leipzig have no intention of parting ways with the player this, summer (The Sun, May 10)

The latest players linked, with a Chelsea exit
Antonio Rudiger has blamed his decision, to leave Chelsea on talks over a new deal, with the club going quiet early this season (The Guardian, May 21); Chelsea, defender Antonio Rudiger will join Real Madrid on four-year deal worth €400,000 per week at end of the season (Sky Sports, May 10); Real Madrid have inserted a £340m buyout clause in, Antonio Rudiger’s contract (The Sun, May 11); Chelsea’s Rudiger is close to agreeing a four-year deal with Real Madrid, that will make him one of the highest-paid defenders, in the world (Sky Sports, April 26); Thomas Tuchel has confirmed, Rudiger will leave Chelsea in the summe

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