Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Sancho blow, Ajax change Ziyech stance, more deals expected

Chelsea are currently in a solid position in the Premier League as they sit fourth with qualification for the Champions League in their own hands and a date with Real Madrid in the competition this month.

A transfer ban hindered Frank Lampard’s ability to make an impact ahead of his debut season in charge at Stamford Bridge.

But whatever happens when the 2019/20 campaign is all said and done, there is no doubt that Chelsea need to recruit.

And if the latest rumours round-up is anything to go by, Chelsea could be making some huge noises in the summer.

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Sancho to Chelsea blow

Jadon Sancho is set to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer, according to reports by Sky in Germany.

The 19-year-old England international has been attracting the attention of Manchester United and Chelsea but it’s the Red Devils who are likely to come out on top.

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That’s according to a report from Mirror Football, who state that Sancho is ready to ‘snub other offers from around Europe’ to sign for United.

Dortmund are preparing to sell Sancho for around £120million but it’s United and not Chelsea who are favourites to acquire the forward’s signature.

Ajax change Ziyech stance

Whilst Chelsea may struggle to land Sancho, Hakim Ziyech is set to move to the Blues in the summer window.

Chelsea have agreed a deal with Ajax for around £38million but this stance on the midfielder is at a sharp contrast to what the Dutch side were saying last month.

Lampard’s men were interested in Ziyech last month but a deal was moved back until the summer.

Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol has claimed per the Express: “Now, what is interesting is that he was one of Frank Lampard’s top targets in the January transfer window.

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