Chelsea set to sign £60m EXCLUSIVE Raheem Sterling, Kounde, Kimpembe and De Ligt make ‘Blues’ defensive shortlist

Morning Chelsea fans

SunSport have exclusively revealed how keen Chelsea are in signing Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling.

The England international is understood to be considering his future with the player to become a free agent in 2023.

With Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez battling for a place in the starting XI, there are fears Sterling could fall on the bench.

And the Blues would be willing to bring him to Stamford Bridge after their takeover.

In other news, Ousmane Dembele has reportedly decided to join Chelsea via PSG this summer.

The Barcelona winger is set to leave the Catalan giants when his contract expires in a matter of weeks.

The chance to work with Thomas Tuchel again, as he did at Borussia Dortmund, has proved a big factor in his choice, Der Spiegel claims.

Meanwhile, transfer guru Christian Falk has revealed that Chelsea have three centre-backs in their sights.

Falk commented on the Blues’ goals on Twitter: “Chelsea have new defenders on their list.

“Presnel Kimpembe, Matthijs de Ligt and Jules Kounde.”

Finally, Chelsea’s forgotten man Baba Rahman is wanted by a multitude of clubs this summer, with Middlesbrough and Reading leading the hunt.

According to Ghanasoccernet.com, the two clubs are keeping an eye on the player.

And another of Rahman’s former employers, Augsburg, is also reportedly looking for his signature.

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