Chelsea transfer Chief, Marina Granovskaia vows to deliver two big signings for Tuchel

Thomas Tuchel is set to head into his first full window as Chelsea head coach after his successful performance to the club since he was appointed to replace outgoing Frank Lampard. Due to this case, Chelsea club director Marina Granovskaia has vowed to sign two big names to strengthen the current squard.

She says that the club must be in a position to sell 13 players to raise the transfer fee for the two big names. Recently, the German coach revealed two key areas he could like to strengthen in his squard next season. He identified the areas as one center back defender and a central striker.

On this matter, Tuchel have identified Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland and former Manchester United striker Romero Lukaku for the striking position. On the defensive area, he has identified Bayern Munich center back Nicklas Sule who has only start 15 Bundesliga matches this summer.

However Chelsea will face competition for the signature of Erling Haaland from Manchester United, Manchester City and Real Madrid among others who are interested for the 20 year old Norwegian star signature. Erling Haaland will replace Oliver Giroud who will be out of contract at the end of these summer. Tammy Abraham has failed to impress the German coach in this key area. Tammy Abraham could be sold in the next transfer market with a transfer fee of around £40 million.

Apart from Oliver Giroud and Tammy Abraham, the eleven other players who could leave Stamford Bridge includes Fikayo Tomori who may complete his permanent move to AC Milan with a transfer fee of around £ 25 million. Academy graduate Ugbo who could join Fulham or Watford.

Aparr m Tiemoue Bakayoko and Baba Rahman could also be sold to PAOK and Napoli respectively. Michy Batshuayi and Ross Barkley who are currently on loan at Crystal palace and Aston Villa respectively have no futures at Stamford Bridge.

Other players who will be allowed to leave Stamford Bridge includes Matt Miazga, Victor Moses, Kennedy, Danny Drinkwater and Davide Zappacosta make up the thirteen players who can move on to other clubs to save their careers and seek for regular playing time elsewhere.

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