“I really want these 3 signings”: Enzo Maresca reveals the three signings he wants Chelsea to make this summer

“I really want these 3 signings”: Enzo Maresca reveals the three signings he wants Chelsea to make this summer

In what promises to be a busy summer in West London, Chelsea has already finished their first transfer of the season.

After several elite teams expressed interest in signing Tosin Adarabioyo this summer, the Blues were able to sign him on a free transfer.

The defender’s eagerness to play under Enzo Maresca, the new manager, appears to have played a significant role in his choice.

It has been claimed that they are interested in strengthening multiple positions this summer ahead of the upcoming season, as they look to move on to other targets.

Journalist Ben Jacobs told GiveMeSport the three roles in particular he is hearing they are most keen to strengthen during this window.

Chelsea want a winger, striker and left-back

He said: “My understanding is that Chelsea still want a traditional striker. They want a right-sided winger, in likelihood, or a creative-minded player, and they want a young left-back.”

One of their top targets at this stage is Michael Olise, 12 months after they nearly agreed a way to sign him before.

They will face top competition for his signature from fellow elite clubs, however there is a reported confidence inside the club that they can secure a move for him this summer.

Chelsea keen on Jhon Duran

As far as a striker goes, all the attention at the moment seems to surround a potential move for Aston Villa star Jhon Duran.

After interest in him back in January, it seems he has emerged back at the top of the list as far as Chelsea are concerned for a move, especially after missing out on a deal for Benjamin Sesko.

It has been claimed that talks are ongoing between the two clubs, with the Blues looking to secure their new addition up front as soon as possible.

Another name who has been mentioned recently is Julian Alvarez, however prizing him away from Manchester City looks a far more difficult task.

 

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