After Chelsea reportedly spent over £200million in the summer transfer window, they are looking to extend their aggressive signing as they look to solve their attack problem.
Acccording to the Athletic, Fikayo Tomori is attracting interest from the likes of West Ham, Leeds and Newcastle.
The futures of Antonio Rüdiger and Andreas Christensen are also up in the air, with Barcelona and PSG monitoring the German defender’s availability.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are reportedly keen to bring Erling Haaland to Stamford Bridge next month.
It had been claimed that the Blues would eye up a summer move for the Norwegian.
But ESPN have now stated that Chelsea are accelerating their plans to sign him and will look to secure his services in January.
However it is understood that Borussia Dortmund are unlikely to be keen on selling him in the New Year.
In other news, Former Chelsea defender Frank Leboeuf has stated Jorginho must change his penalty run-up after missing his spot-kick against Arsenal.
He told ESPN: “He [Jorginho] has to stop that. When you do that and you score, everybody is going to say ‘Wow it’s nice, a good trick’.
“But when the goalkeeper stops it, you look like a fool. Don’t play with the goalkeepers. Shoot [it low and hard] and it’s going to be alright.”
And finally, Malmo have revealed they will want a record fee for talented defender Anel Ahmedhodzic, amid interest from Chelsea.
According to reports in Sweden, the 21-year-old will be available for no less than £8.1m – a fee that just beats what Malmo received from Ajax for Zlatan Ibrahimovic in 2001.