Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is set to get £200m to spend in the transfer market this summer, with new boss Todd Boehly purportedly encouraging six new signings.
The American assumed control over the club from Roman Abramovich in the previous month after the Russian oligarch chose to sell the Stamford Bridge club directly following Russia’s attack of Ukraine and British government sanctions.
Presently, Boehly needs to say something in his most memorable transfer window in control and, as per a report in The Telegraph, has guaranteed Tuchel six new players, with Champions League capability the base objective next season.
Among the fundamental targets are Matthijs de Ligt, Jules Kounde and Raheem Sterling, with Jonathan Clauss, Ousmane Dembele, Richarlison and Gabriel Jesus likewise mooted.
The report subtleties that Tuchel has held transfer highest points with the new proprietor as the Blues target outcome in the 2022-23 mission.
A source told The Telegraph: ‘The key is to fundamentally work with Tuchel to think of the best players that are accessible. We truly need to ensure we have a decent protection. We have profundity in midfield. We’re not frantic for a far and away striker.
‘Luckily, there’s sensible open doors in the market right presently to fulfill the fans’ craving to be serious. I believe it’s a mix of moves and there’s five or six that we will hope to make.’