Chelsea have experienced the worst season in the club’s history finishing this campaign with lowest tally of points while recording 16 loses. Despite on the verge of breaching FIFA Financial Fair rules,Todd Boehly Consortium will proceed on signing new players to bolster the squad.
Since Pochottino is expected to take over the team from next season,the blues will strengthen three positions goalkeeper, midfield and striking. Several names have began flying around however, Chelsea must sell some current players to pave way for new incomings.
According to Uruguayan Football Journalist Fernandez Surkov on his Twitter post, 22-year-old Sporting Lisbon midfielder Manuel Ugarte is on the verge of joining Stamford Bridge on a £60m deal. The Londoners have agreed to trigger his release clause and hijacked the deal ahead of PSG. The youngster prefers a move to the premier league which handed a boost ahead of the Perisians.
Ugarte will be ideal replacement of Kovacic and Loftus Cheek who are considered for sell this window. He will be the second signing from Portuguese league under Boehly after securing Enzo from Benfica.