Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Olivier Giroud exit, Timo Werner decision, £44.5m Isco link

Chelsea are looking to make up for lost time in the transfer window after their ban prevented them from recurring in the summer.

But with that ban now lifted, the Blues are free to sign who they want this month, as Frank Lampard looks to strengthen his squad.

It’s not just new recruits who could be heading to Stamford Bridge, but departures are also likely this month.

With that in mind, here is the latest Chelsea rumours round-up below.

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Giroud set for Chelsea exit

Olivier Giroud is set to undergo a medical at Inter Milan over the weekend after Chelsea agreed a deal to sell the striker.

A fee worth £4.7m, including just under £1m in add-ons, has been agreed between the two clubs, according to the Daily Star .

Giroud’s contract at Chelsea is due to expire at the end of the season, and he wants to leave the club in order to secure regular first team football ahead of Euro 2020.

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Werner’s transfer decision

According to Goal , Timo Werner has decided he’s open to the prospect of leaving RB Leipzig, but the German striker would reportedly leave at the end of the season.

It has been claimed that he wants to stay in Germany so he is at the forefront of Joachim Low’s thoughts ahead of Euro 2020.

Chelsea have been linked with a move for the forward, as Blues boss Frank Lampard looks to strengthen his forward line and replace Olivier Giroud.

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Isco eyed in €52m transfer

Chelsea are looking to bolster the creativity provided by their midfield in the January transfer window after lodging a €52million bid for Real Madrid midfielder Isco.

That’s according to Spanish outlet El Desmarque , although they state that a transfer for the Spain international is more likely to occur at the end of the season rather than in the winter window.

Isco has been linked…


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