Ahead of the summer transfer deadline, Chelsea is reportedly willing to let two marginal players go.
Thomas Tuchel, a former Chelsea manager, has been in contact with his former employers about Chalobah’s probable transfer to Bayern Munich.
Although Chalobah apparently wants to leave Stamford Bridge, Chelsea is holding out for a long-term transfer of their own indigenous talent.
Chalobah’s price tag of £50 million has been set by the club, which many other clubs have regarded to be excessive.
Marc Cucurella is also the subject of questions from West Londoners as rivals Manchester United have shown a serious interest in signing him to a season-long loan transfer.
due to United’s need for a fresh left-back after Luke Shaw missed two months of play with a hamstring injury.
Tyrell Malacia, the backup full-back, is now out injured, thus Manchester United is looking at other options.
Cucurella, who has had trouble settling in since moving from Brighton for £62 million the summer before, is one of these choices.
Several additional players are being actively sought after by the Blues. Conor Gallagher and Ian Maatsen’s futures are still up in the air, while the club is actively seeking to trade Callum Hudson-Odoi and Malang Sarr.