Chelsea ready to offer maestro big £7M -a-season move to Stamford Bridge

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Chelsea are reportedly interested in signing Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot this summer as a possible replacement for Jorginho

Chelsea may have finished inside that top four spot last season and become the club world Champions – but they have a lot of work to do in this transfer window

Liverpool and Man City finished so far ahead of the club last season and Tuchel knows that if he has any chance of winning that Premier League title – he needs to improve that squad

Now – there has been a lot of rumours in the media which have claimed that Jorginho is a player that is very much interested in departing the club and making a move back to his homeland

The likes of Inter – AC and Juventus are all interested in a possible deal – and it is believed that if the new owners receive the right offer – they will allow him to depart the club

And according to reports emerging from Italy – Tuchel is very much interested in signing Rabiot on a bargain £20 million deal – as he is no longer wanted by Juve

Despite being one of the most gifted central midfielders in the game – Rabiot has never really adapted to Italian football like many had hoped – and Juventus are now keen to make sure that they get his massive £7M a season wages off the books

Newcastle – Arsenal and Man United are also reportedly keen – but the fact that we can offer him Champions League football means they have a real chance of getting a move done for the Frenchman.

The France international’s agent, who is also his mother, had hoped that a return to Paris Saint-Germain could be on the cards – However, it’s believed the Ligue 1 champions have shown little interest in re-signing their former star; opening the door for a potential move to Stamford Bridge.


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