A new bid for Matthijs De Ligt is being processed by Chelsea this summer, MySportDab reports.
Matthijs De Ligt is linked with a move to Stamford Bridge this summer, with Juventus holding out for a higher fee.
Chelsea is yet to make any new signings this summer, with Thomas Tuchel looking to add more faces to the team, which already has a lot of players leaving.
Some changes are going on behind the scene as the club’s new owners are working hard to make sure they bring new replacements on the board as some resign from their position.
Cech is the latest person to step down from a position at the Chelsea board, leaving Todd Boehly with another responsibility to handle with Bruce Buck and Marina.
Everything seems to be working fine for now as they are now looking to make moves in the transfer market this summer window which is looking busy already.
Chelsea is working on Raheem Sterling, Matthijs De Ligt, Jules Kounde, and Nathan Ake, who Thomas Tuchel wants all this summer window.
The problem with making a move happen is their asking fee which they are all on a high as Matthijs De Ligt is being placed at €100 million.
Chelsea first offer for the Juventus defender was turned down, but according to reports from Fabrizio Romano, a new deal is set to be made.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Not just new bid for Sterling. Chelsea will be in contact again with Juventus this week for Matthijs de Ligt, but the price tag remains high.
“Nathan Aké, consistently high on Tuchel’s list.
“Sevilla would accept €65m for Koundé now – but it will also depend on Barcelona interest.
Chelsea hopes to complete all necessary moves before they start the preseason, which is expected to begin next month in July.