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Chelsea have held internal discussions over a swoop for Manchester City defender John Stones.

Pep Guardiola has one of the best squads in the game right now and is tipped to add another centre-back to his squad this summer, with reports that he is keen to acquire the services of Napoli star Kalidou Koulibaly.

And that has led to some speculation in the media suggesting that he will need to offload a defender this transfer window to make room for a possible signing, with Stones one player tipped to leave the club.

We have been long-term admirers of the Englishman, and with Frank Lampard seeking to add a proven Premier League defender to his side, there is now an opportunity for us to swoop in and tempt Stones to London.

Frank Lampard’s team have a poor defensive record and are looking to sign a centre-back in the summer, with the football insider claiming that they have held internal discussions over a swoop for the England International

Stones is brilliant on the ball and is a top-class defender that shouldnt be sitting on the bench, so if there is an opportunity to sign him up in the summer for the right amount of money, we should make the move.

He would bring that extra ability on the ball to that back-line, and for the price that he could go for, £30 million, he would be seen as a great bit of business by most clubs in the Premier League.

If the reports are true, he would be a great signing for the club.

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