Chelsea Plots Oleksandr Zinchenko Move [Details]

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Chelsea is also looking to add Oleksandr Zinchenko to their list of new signings, MySportDab reports.

Oleksandr Zinchenko is expected to leave Manchester City this summer window as the information has been passed out that he won’t be getting regular playing time.

Chelsea is looking to add him to their shopping list of players. They are looking to negotiate with Manchester City over a possible move that already has Raheem Sterling and Nathan Ake being talked about.

Oleksandr Zinchenko

Thomas Tuchel is set to start welcoming new players as they are expected to kick off their pre-season campaign, which will start in July, with the new season beginning by August.

Chelsea is currently holding talks for Raheem Sterling, who is expected to spend close to €50 million to make a move happen this summer.

The first offer has been turned down by Manchester City, with Chelsea going back with a new proposal which will also include Nathan Ake and Oleksandr Zinchenko.

They hope an agreement can be reached before the day’s end so they can proceed to the next name on their list, which also has Matthijs De Ligt.

Jules Kounde is also on that shortlist as Barcelona is also monitoring the situation, claiming to have made their offer for the defender.

Oleksandr Zinchenko could be heading to Chelsea, which, according to reports from

Nothing yet has been confirmed, with both clubs still holding talks concerning an agreement between them.

Oleksandr Zinchenko could be a Chelsea player, pending an agreement reached between both clubs, who are still in the negotiations table handled by Todd Boehly and Thomas Tuchel.

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