Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel and owner Todd Boehly are still on lookout for their dream targets in an attempt to reshapen the squad ahead of next campaign which is set to return in 8 days time.
The Blues haven’t been lucky in the ongoing summer transfer window having been snatched from two potential targets and therefore turning their attention to other alternatives like Ronaldo, Presnel Kimbepe, Milan Skiriniar and Josko Gvardiol alongside Pau Torres.
It should be noted that Tuchel’s main priority is to sign another centreback who can partner the Senegalese centreback Kolidou Koulibaly and a world class attacker following reports that Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech might leave Stamford Bridge.
However according to the Sun Football, Chelsea have reached an agreement with EPL side Southampton over signing Tyler Dibling on a £1.5m deal.
The Blues are viewing the 17 year old attacking midfielder as a perfect target to invest in Cobham academy with Tuchel keen on developing him into someone like Mason Mount.
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Apparently, Dibling won’t take part in Chelsea’s coming fixture but he’s a huge investment for the club having played for Southampton’s U23’s.