Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Barcelona want Blues’ target, Mauro Icardi updates

Chelsea pulled off a massive Premier League victory over Tottenham this weekend which strengthened their grip on the top four but moving forward recruitment is clearly needed.

Frank Lampard endured a transfer ban last summer and the board chose not to back the manager in the January window last month.

But they are expected to give Lampard the funds to make changes to his squad ahead of next season.

Here are the latest rumours.

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Chelsea want Icardi

Chelsea could make a move for Mauro Icardi this summer, according to reports.

Icardi has scored 19 goals in all competitions this season for Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea are said to be keeping tabs on the Argentine.

The Blues are said to be one of the teams monitoring the 27-year-old.

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Key to Icardi’s future

Icardi’s wife Wanda Nara is set to play a big role in the future of the forward.

Chelsea have been linked with the forward’s services ahead of the summer.

He has impressed while on loan at PSG and Chelsea, Real Madrid and Juventus are interested.

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A clause in Icardi’s contract means those clubs will not have to worry about PSG having first refusal.

Nara, who doubles up as Icardi’s agent, has suggested the player favours a move back to…