Chelsea transfer round-up: Barcelona eye Jorginho swap deal, Victor Moses to leave

Chelsea transfer round-up: Barcelona eye Jorginho swap deal, Victor Moses to leave


All the latest transfer rumors from Stamford Bridge as Thomas Tuchel prepares for his first summer transfer window as manager.



With the FA Cup and Champions League finals on the horizon, Thomas Tuchel may not be thinking about transfers right now.


This summer, however, may be essential for him because it will be his first opportunity to make his mark on a squad built by his managerial predecessors.


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        Although he has two major games to prepare for, not to mention potentially difficult Premier League matches against Arsenal, Leicester, and Aston Villa, he will have begun to schedule his off-field activities for the coming months.

        Tuchel and the Chelsea leadership will need to determine which squad members they want to let go in order to maintain a Premier League title challenge next season.



        According to this week's transfer rumors, there could be as many departures as arrivals this summer.

        Here's a look at the latest Chelsea transfer news from Wednesday.

        Miralem Pjanic, the former Juventus midfielder, has struggled at Camp Nou and Barcelona is trying to offload him.



        Furthermore, considering their strained finances and the wider effects of the pandemic, they have lined him up for a swap deal and would prefer Jorginho to go the other direction.

        According to Catalan outlet Sport, Barcelona is looking to put in a player who can compete with Sergio Busquets.

        It is uncertain if Chelsea is willing to let Jorginho leave, despite the fact that he has stated that he is content in west London. He has two years left on his current deal, so he must make a decision about his future soon.



        Pjanic has already been involved in one exchange at Barcelona, swapping places with Arthur Melo when he left Juventus last June. Inter Milan is also interested in Pjanic, but they can give one of their own players in return.


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