Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is trying to turn things around at the club and has realized he might have to acquire some new players to do that. The Stamford Bridge based club have had a very horrible season despite being the present champions of the English Premier League and doing so well last season but despite having a torrid start to the season, apparently the Blues are going to be busy in the January transfer window as they look to sell “unimportant players” with an attempt to sign reinforcements in the squad for the season to replace unimportant players and to ensure that they have more committed players in the club.
The players are listed below:
His performance for his club has seen him rewarded with a five-year contract extension while he’s been wanted by Chelsea and the other top English Premier League clubs. He is also been pursued by La Liga giants Barcelona and Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund with Chelsea said to be presently leading the race to sign him but the question remains that – Do Chelsea really need him?
The 26-year-old winger joined Chelsea from Werder Bremen in the summer of 2012 but has not featured much for Chelsea but has rather been on a three years loan-journey with Sevilla, Fiorentina, Anderlecht and now Trabzonspor and the winger is now considering making his loan deal permanent to ensure more playing time so his career does not stall.
Chelsea’s midfielder target Hakan Calhanoglu is presently on the radar of Arsenal and Manchester United and might prefer a move to the Emirates.
The news is therefore shocking that the player will join Chelsea next summer and according to reports.
Chelsea and Juventus have reportedly agreed a £15.75 million (€22.05 million) deal to be completed when the transfer window re-opens in January. This has been in the works for too long and the player will be happy with the development as it means more security and guarantee playing time for him in a league he prefers.