Thomas Tuchel will suggest that Chelsea’s new owners sign two new defenders this summer time, based on experiences.
Tuchel introduced on Sunday that Antonio Rudiger might be leaving the membership at the end of the season when his contract expires.
Chelsea are additionally set to lose Andreas Christensen, who has reportedly agreed a transfer to Barcelona as a free agent this summer time.
The Champions League holders additionally face the prospect of shedding captain Cesar Azpilicueta, whose contract additionally runs out at the end of the campaign.
In response to The Telegraph, Tuchel needs Chelsea to herald two new defenders to compensate for the departures of Rudiger and Christensen.
Sevilla’s Jules Kounde, who got here close to joining Chelsea last summer time before the Spanish membership raised their asking value within the closing levels of the transfer window, remains on Tuchel’s shortlist.
Villarreal’s Pau Torres has additionally been recognized by Chelsea as a participant who may present an answer to the left side of Tuchel’s three-man defence, though Manchester United are additionally eager on the Spain international.
In response to Sky Germany, Tuchel can also be an admirer of RB Leipzig centre-back Josko Gvardiol.
The 20-year-old Croatian defender is reportedly seen by Tuchel as Rudiger’s potential substitute at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea, nonetheless, have been compelled to place their switch plans on maintain following the membership’s sanctions resulting from Roman Abramovich’s possession.
Tuchel additionally claimed over the weekend that Chelsea’s sanctions performed a task in their failure to succeed in an settlement with Rudiger.
‘I fought onerous on a private degree. We made massive provides to him, and the club tried the whole lot.
‘However for some weeks we can not combat any extra because we now have the sanctions. We can not modify. We can not proceed, and so it’s what it’s.
‘He deserves my full help as a result of he delivered unbelievable performances right till at present.
‘I’m simply blissful that I had the possibility to teach him and to have him within the crew. As a result of he was nothing but sensible.’