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Latest Chelsea transfer news: Blues eye £25m keeper, Mertens update, three-way defender battle

After a red hot start to the season, Chelsea have stuttered since the turn of the new year.

The Blues fell to another home defeat at the hands of Manchester United on Monday, which further highlighted the club’s need to bring in new players.

Now that the club’s transfer ban has ended, Frank Lampard will surely be aiming to add some more firepower to his side ahead of the 2020/2021 season.

Here are today’s Chelsea transfer rumours.

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Chelsea eye keeper

Chelsea are reportedly interested in the signing of Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso.

Frank Lampard has lost patience with an underperforming Kepa Arrizabalaga in recent weeks, and dropped him for Willy Caballero for the last few games.

With the Argentine being 38 however, Lampard is looking to bring in a new number 1, and Musso is one of a number of options being explored.

Any potential deal for the 25-year-old would cost around £25 million

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Mertens battle

Chelsea are set to battle Inter Milan for the signature of Dries Mertens in the summer.

The Blues made a late approach for the Napoli forward in January, but the Italian side were reluctant to let the Belgian leave mid-season.

The 32-year-old is expected to become a free agent this summer, as he seems unlikely to want a new deal in Naples.

Mertens has scored 11 goals in 26 games in all competitions this season, 5 of which have come in the Champions League.

Fight for defender

Juventus and Inter Milan are both interested in signing Chelsea left back Emerson Palmieri.

Emerson joined the Blues in January 2018 in a £24m deal from Roma. He struggled for game time in his first six months at the club, playing reserve to Marcos Alonso, but under Maurizio Sarri last campaign, he became a key player in a side that went on to lift the Europa League.

And according to reports in Italy,…

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