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Chelsea transfer rumours: Haaland tipped to sign, fresh Alaba hope, defender set for medical

Chelsea have been one of the more quieter teams in the January transfer window.

As was not the case in what turned out to be a fantastic summer for Blues head coach Frank Lampard as he was heavily backed by owner Roman Abramovich with significant funds to improve the first-team squad.

The club spent over £200m on seven major additions and also managed to keep hold of N’Golo Kante as well as Callum Hudson-Odoi – two players linked with moves away.

Edouard Mendy completed the new additions at Stamford Bridge which also includes Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Malang Sarr, Thiago Silva, and Kai Havertz.

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Whilst the west London outfit have been quiet so far this month, there’s still time to get at least one new face in.

With that said, here are the latest Chelsea transfer rumours.

Tomori set for AC Milan medical

It’s just a matter of time before Fikayo Tomori joins AC Milan on loan.

Reports in Italy – as per Sport Witness – claim the deal could be completed in ‘the next couple of days’ after the defender said ‘yes’ to a move.

Furthermore, it’s claimed that Tomori is ‘ready’ for his medical.

Fikayo Tomori has been linked with a move to AC Milan. (Image: Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

Interestingly, the Serie A outfit’s technical director and club legend Paolo Maldini has delivered his verdict on the Chelsea defender.

“We wanted Fikayo Tomori also last summer,” Maldini told Sky Italia. “He’s always been one of our targets.

“He’s perfect for our squad – we’re working on the last details.”

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