Thomas Tuchel gets £200 Million transfer budget from Todd Boehly to splash in the summer transfer window

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Thomas Tuchel gets £200 million transfer war chest backing from incoming Chelsea owner Todd Boehly as his buyout nears completion.

Thomas Tuchel gets £200 Million transfer budget from Todd Boehly to splash in the summer transfer window

The Premier League and the UK government have both authorized Roman Abramovich’s sale, so it’s only a matter of time before Boehly’s takeover is fully completed and Chelsea can start arranging their summer transfers.

When he gets the keys to the automobile, Boehly plans to spend big to reduce the gap between Chelsea and the current top two Premier League clubs – Manchester City and Liverpool, according to The Telegraph, with £200 million going to Thomas Tuchel for squad reinforcements.

Chelsea has to reinforce in a number of positions this summer, according to the German, with centre-back being one of the most bothersome.

Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen are on their way out, and Cesar Azpilicueta could be next, implying that at least one new signing is on the way. Jules Kounde of Sevilla is at the top of the list, while Josko Gvardiol of RB Leipzig is also being considered.

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After a spectacular breakout season on loan with Huddersfield Town in the Championship, the Blues intend to give Levi Colwill a fair chance to show himself in pre-season.

Tuchel is also looking for midfield reinforcements, but his pursuit of Monaco’s Aurelien Tchouameni, who has his heart set on a move to Real Madrid this summer, appears to be doomed.

Thomas Tuchel gets £200 Million transfer budget from Todd Boehly to splash in the summer transfer window

Declan Rice of West Ham is another high-profile target, but the England international will cost at least half of the £200 million budget, and the Hammers are hoping to lock him down with a new contract that contains a release clause.

Finally, Chelsea hopes to boost their attack while also saving money by signing Ousmane Dembele, who has yet to sign a contract extension with Barcelona and might depart on a free transfer.

Chelsea could raise money by selling peripheral players if they need to boost their budget. Marcos Alonso wants to join Barcelona, and several Chelsea players will meet with the new owners in the coming weeks to discuss their options.

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