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Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Marina Granovskaia can save Chelsea £49.5m by gifting Thomas Tuchel three dream summer transfers

  The prospective owners of Chelsea Football Club will undoubtedly be keen to impress and put their best foot forward once their bid prov...

 

The prospective owners of Chelsea Football Club will undoubtedly be keen to impress and put their best foot forward once their bid proves successful. Consortiums led by Todd Boehly, Sir Martin Broughton and Steve Pagliuca all remain in contention to take the reins from Roman Abramovich, with a final decision previously expected at the start of this week .

It's expected that the latter of the three candidates will be eliminated from proceedings, with Pagliuca's bid deemed to 'not offer anything new', according to the MailOnline. However, despite Raine Group, who are leading the takeover, reportedly whittling down the shortlist, MailOnline add that delays are due to concerns that Stamford Bridge is in need of renovations.

So, with grey clouds looming over the west London, the new owners may be inclined to delve into the free agent market in the summer until the storm has been weathered. Though in the midst of takeover updates which have swamped the headlines, Thomas Tuche's side remains at the heart of the transfer rumour mill, with plenty of players tied to moves to and from the Blues.

The German boss has already confirmed the eventual departure of Antonio Rudiger following the Blues' 1-0 win over West Ham. Andreas Christensen, who also sees his contract expire at the end of the season, is set to leave too, so regardless of who takes over from the Russian billionaire Chelsea will be looking to strengthen in the summer. football.london has taken a look at three players Chelsea could look to target in the summer to save the club millions.

Ousmane Dembele

Ousmane Dembele was heavily linked with an exit in January ; football.london understands that Chelsea were monitoring the 24-year-old's situation — but so were Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal . He has impressed since Xavi handed him a second shot at redemption at the Camp Nou.

The France international, who was once tipped a 'phenomenon' by Lionel Messi , would be a fantastic acquisition at Stamford Bridge; an electric two-footed winger with an eye for goal and unbelievable flair. Signing Dembele would save Chelsea around £27 million, according to Transfermarkt.

Boubacar Kamara

Chelsea reportedly made contact with the agent of Boubacar Kamara in January, according to Foot Mercato journalist Santi Aouna. The 22-year-old, who can play both centre-half and holding midfield, has missed just four Ligue 1 matches this season and has even captained Marseille on multiple occasions.

Kamara would be an excellent alternative to Declan Rice in Thomas Tuchel's midfield, should the new owners look to take their business elsewhere. The youngster would save the Blues as much as £22.5m , had he not been out of contract this summer.

Paulo Dybala

Paulo Dybala will not be signing a new deal with the Old Lady and he's now set to begin talks with interested parties, according to Fabrizio Romano . Chelsea have been credited with interest in the Argentina international, with several other Premier League sides also throwing their hat in the ring, as per 90min.

The 28-year-old, who's found the perfect balance between playmaking and goalscoring during his seven-year stint in Turin, has emerged as the perfect profile to supplement Kai Havertz's growing role at the club. So, should the new owners look to land a dynamic star-studded forward this summer, then Tuchel can save £36m, via Transfermarkt, and get Dybala .

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