Ousmane Dembele, Raheem Sterling, Matthijs de Ligt and Christopher Nkunku part of £200m Chelsea plan – Paper Round
Tuchel handed over £200m budget
Spanish newspaper Marca report that Thomas Tuchel will be heavily supported in the transfer market. With Romelu Lukaku, Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen set to leave, the German manager is hoping to add Christopher Nkunku, Raheem Sterling, Ousmane Dembele, Matthijs de Ligt and perhaps another defender could be brought in on a £200m budget sterling.
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Paper Round’s point of view: Tuchel has built a decent Chelsea squad but the priority must be to fix the problems caused by the exit of at least two defenders. Lukaku’s form has fallen off a cliff, so getting rid of him will be a huge boost, but there is a risk in hoping that Ousmane Dembele can keep his form and fitness for a whole season, as he struggled with both.
Lampard planning transfers to Everton
The Telegraph reports that Frank Lampard is taking two first steps in the transfer market as he attempts to rebuild after securing Premier League survival. The first player on the shortlist is James Tarkowski, with Lampard hoping to secure a free transfer for the defender, while the newspaper suggests Spurs midfielder Harry Winks is valued at £20million but could be loaned out first .
Paper Round’s point of view: Winks is a perfectly capable player, but at 26 it’s now time for him to step away from Spurs and focus on regular first-team football – he’ll have a better chance of getting it at Goodison Park. As for Tarkowski, he will be able to link up with Michael Keane, another former Burnley player, and the two should form a solid defensive base.
Liverpool in talks for Ramsay
Liverpool are in talks for Aberdeen defender Calvin Ramsay, according to a report in The Sun. The 18-year-old plays at right-back for the Scottish team, and there is interest in the teenager from Bologna and Leeds United. However, Liverpool are ready to pay £4m upfront for the player, with bonuses and add-ons if he proves a success at Anfield.
Paper Round’s point of view: With Trent Alexander-Arnold continuing to have the confidence of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, it seems there are no imminent plans for him to have direct competition, especially as James Milner will be able to play there at the moment. where Alexander-Arnold is injured or needs rest. Ramsay has huge potential but will likely spend a lot of his time on the sidelines for now.
Jesus can’t choose Arsenal
Gabriel Jesus is one of Arsenal’s top targets this summer as Mikel Arteta searches for a new striker. The 25-year-old has one year left on his contract at Manchester City but is set to leave as Erling Haaland arrives from Borussia Dortmund. However, the Mirror report that Real Madrid are keen on landing the player, and the Brazilian is more keen on joining them than staying in England.
Paper Round’s point of view: Arsenal had appeared to be the favorites to sign Jesus and offering him a raise would have helped the Emirates emerge as an attractive destination this summer. However, if Real are keen, Jesus might not be able to turn down the most successful club in the world. One question might be whether Jesus believes he can usurp Karim Benzema.
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