Ronaldo, Dembélé, Sterling, De Ligt… Chelsea transfer window update

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Chelsea have big resources for their recruitment. Thomas Tuchel would have notably registered the names of Ousmane Dembélé (Barça), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) and Matthijs de Ligt (Juventus) on his tablets. Christiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) would have been offered to him. Here is the latest information on his transfer window.

As indicated earlier, the DailyMail confirmed the trend in this transfer window: Chelsea has big ambitions. The tabloid specifies that Todd Boehly will bet 174 million euros to allow his new club to strengthen in the coming weeks. The daily also validates several rumours, such as Ousmane Dembélé, Raheem Sterling and Matthijs de Ligt. According to his information, the Blues offered a contract with a salary of 234,000 euros per week, compared to 175,000 at Barca. Something to make him think, although Sport claims that Chelsea do not seduce the player. The London leaders would also be willing to invest a large sum to recruit Raheem Sterling, who is pushed out by Pep Guardiola. Finally, Thomas Tuchel would now make Matthijs de Ligt his priority in defense, rather than Jules Koundé (Sevilla).

Chelsea ready to include Werner to lure de Ligt

Regarding the Turin defender, Sky Sports reports that Chelsea are willing to pay €45m, plus Timo Werner, to bring him in. The site nevertheless specifies that Juventus favors a dry transfer, wishing to obtain a sum close to the 120 million euros of its release clause. The media also evokes the rumor Cristiano Ronaldo. According to his information, the Portuguese is not for sale and will not join Chelsea this summer. His agent, Jorge Mendes, would have met Todd Boehly, but Erik ten Hag would refuse to let him go.

Hakim Ziyech would be in discussion with AC Milan. The Moroccan international could follow in the footsteps of Olivier Giroud and Fikayo Tomori, who have already left Chelsea for the Lombard club. Sky, on the other hand, does not mention the interest of OM.

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