Chelsea ready to sign impressive Brazilian and Hudson-Odoi talks planned over big contract

Chelsea have joined the hunt to sign Ajax superstar David Neres during the summer transfer window.

With the lads seeking to get back into the habit of winning trophies, Maurizio Sarri has been eyeing up a number of possible deals for players that will improve the side, with a winger high up on the shopping list.

There is a lot of speculation on the future of Eden Hazard, and since he has failed to agree a new contract at the club, all suggestions point to his departure in just a few months time.

And according to reports on the Daily Express website, we have reportedly been interested in the Brazilian for quite some time with the winger demonstrating his scoring abilities against Real Madrid and Juventus this season.

The talented 22-year old Neres has netted an impressive 12 goals and added 15 assists in all competitions for the Ajax this season, as they managed to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League, only being beaten on the away goal rule.

Meanwhile, we are all set to open talks and try to get Callum Hudson-Odoi signed up to a new contract.

The youngster is one of the most highly-rated wingers in world football after an impressive season at Stamford Bridge this season and his performances for Maurizio Sarri’s side over the past 12 months have caught the attentions of Bayern Munich and Liverpool.

And with the club facing the prospect of not being able to sign any players during the summer window, the Daily Mirror have claimed that we will seek to hand Hudson-Odoi a new contract to end all speculation on his future.

Hudson-Odoi recently admitted that he will look to get fit and come back stronger next season after picking up a serious injury, hinting he is more inclined to stay at Stamford Bridge this summer.

He Tweeted: “Really gutted to end my season with a ruptured Achilles, got to work hard and try and come back stronger for next season!!!.

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