Chelsea decided the next five transfers and Hazard response on rumors for return

After clinching the UEFA Champions League title a week ago, the Blues are now putting plans in place before the start of next season, with head coach Thomas Tuchel, who yesterday extended his stay at the club until the summer. 2024. eager to put his own stamp of authority on his squad.

The German is desperate to add fresh blood to his squad this summer, especially in the form of a striker, and finding a player who has scored goals on a regular basis has been a challenge in recent months.

A slew of names have been linked to the Chelsea moves, but it remains to be seen what goal Tuchel will pursue, although finances will almost certainly dictate his decision.

In addition to chasing a forward, other positions need to be strengthened.

With that in mind, be sure to stay with us throughout the day for the latest from Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea announcement of contract extensions for Thomas Tuchel. Thiago Silva and Olivier Giroud are likely to be the start of a busy summer for Marina Granovskaia.

If the reports are to be believed, the next five Blues moves have already been decided, which means there could be a few more announcements for fans to look forward to in the coming weeks.
Pjanic decision
According to reports in Spain, quoted by Metro, Barcelona midfielder Miralem Pjanic is not interested in signing for Chelsea this summer.

The Bosnian international has been closely linked to a move to Stamford Bridge in recent weeks as Thomas Tuchel looks to bolster his central midfield options.

However, he has set his sights on a return to Juventus, which means the Blues will have to look elsewhere to find a new midfielder.
Trio signs new contracts
Chelsea were busy yesterday with Thomas Tuchel, Olivier Giroud and Thiago Silva, all seeing their contracts extended.

The first announcement was for the Blues head coach, as his new contract will now run through the summer of 2024.

Hazard response

Eden Hazard has responded to his new Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti amid rumours linking him with a return to Chelsea.

The Italian was clear that he is excited to have the winger on board after being appointed as Zinedine Zidane’s successor at the Santiago Bernabeu this week.

And Hazard has now responded to that with his thoughts on the appointment.

“That’s what we all want, we will have the chance to work together, it’s good for me.”

Tuchel plans summer fire sale
Head coach Thomas Tuchel is poised to downsize his Chelsea squad this summer and ditch a number of players currently on the fringes of his first-team squad, reports say.

Forward Tammy Abraham is set to be the main outing, with the Blues poised to hear offers of around £ 40 million for her signing.

Other faces likely to leave are Fikayo Tomori, Emerson Palmieri, Tiemoue Bakayoko, and Michy Batshuayi.
Kane approach made
Chelsea have contacted representatives for Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane, according to reports.

Blues head coach Thomas Tuchel is desperate to add some power to his attacking options this summer and Kane could be the forward you're looking for.

Although Kane would be willing to leave the Spurs this summer, it would take a huge offer for Daniel Levy to even accept an offer from the Blues.

Kane is likely to cost any suitor over £ 100 million.
Tomori ready for permanent departure
Fikayo Tomori's career at Chelsea is about to come to an end in the next few days.

This is because AC Milan, the club where Tomori has been on loan since January, is ready to activate the £ 25 million release clause in his contract.

The Italian has impressed during his stay at San Siro in recent months and now seems ready to make the move permanent.

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