Breaking News: Enzo Maresca has already ‘decided’ first three Chelsea transfers as £87.5m swoop eyed

The most recent transfer rumors for Chelsea indicate that new head coach Enzo Maresca has already made several important summer decisions.

Enzo Maresca has already 'decided' first three Chelsea transfers as £87.5m swoop eyed

Enzo Maresca has already made three big transfer decisions before being announced as Chelsea’s new head coach (Image: (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images))

Chelsea’s transfer plans appear to be already being impacted by Enzo Maresca, as formal confirmation of his appointment as head coach is anticipated shortly. According to, club executives Laurence Stewart and Paul Winstanley traveled to Spain earlier this week to complete the transaction.

It is anticipated that the soon-to-be former Leicester City manager will sign a contract at Stamford Bridge that will last until 2029, with several clauses still up for negotiation prior to his arrival. Given that Maresca lacks Premier League experience, Todd Boehly and company are taking a big chance with him poised to take charge.

Yet, the Blues want to follow in Arsenal’s footsteps, as Mikel Arteta is another coach who was a member of Manchester City’s coaching staff under Pep Guardiola. Maresca could push to bring Mads Hermansen and Kieran Dewsbury-Hall to west London, as the Foxes duo would fit perfectly in his system, along with five other members of his coaching staff.

Three priority positions have been made public, and Maresca has already begun to look at possible targets in light of the 44-year-old’s need for players who meet his tactical needs. The Telegraph claims that when the summer transfer window opens, Chelsea plans to add a new goalkeeper, left back, and forward.

Chelsea has been connected to several options in those areas over the past few months, with the most recent signing positioned between the posts. Multiple sources claim that Chelsea is interested in Villarreal’s Filip Jorgensen and has recently requested the terms of a possible deal.

Newcastle has already expressed interest in signing the 22-year-old, and a deal worth around €20 million (£17 million) is probably feasible. In other news, a mere 12 months after moving from AZ Alkmaar to Bournemouth for £15.5 million, Milos Kerkez has piqued the interest of the Blues. greatest

Benjamin Sesko of RB Leipzig might be the selected striker if Victor Osimhen is thought to be too costly. However, it is evident that the German team does not want to lose their center-forward, as evidenced by their attempts to persuade him to sign a new deal.

His current contract has a €65 million (£55 million) release clause, and the Blues are probably not the only team expressing a strong interest. According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal has also been linked to the Slovenian international, who has an option to sign new terms or depart this summer.

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