March 23, 2023

Chelsea have reportedly shown an interest in signing Maxence Lacroix after Wolfsburg set their asking price for the defender

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has done a very fine job at the club since his move to the Premier League and he he has been constantly praised for making this Blues side one of the best defensively in the Premier League.

However, the German knows that he needs to strengthen in that area of the pitch and has been eyeing up a move for a few defenders, but it seems that the Chelsea boss has made up his mind on whom he would like

The likes of Raphael Varane and Jules Kounde are just two players that have been linked with a move to the Bridge, but recent reports have claimed that if the German cannot get his top choices, then he has asked Abramovic to try and sign Lacroix.

Lacroix is widely regarded as one of the finest young defenders in the German top flight and Wolfsburg are reluctant to part with such a key player, but the right amount of money would get a deal done

Now Footmercato have come out and claimed that Chelsea have expressed an interest in getting the defender all signed up this transfer window, bit will have to pay close to £30 million to get a deal done.

The German side do not want to let the young man leave and are holding out for the best amount of money they possibly can

There is no doubt that Lacroix is a very fine young defender that has a very bright future in the game, and to be honest, if Chelsea do sign him, he will have the opportunity to learn from Thiago Silva before replacing the Great Brazilian.

He will only cost £30 million, which is not alot of money for this Chelsea side, and he add some quality to the side, so many will be hoping that a deal goes through because Chelsea have a serious chance of winning back that Premier League title next season with a dew quality signings.

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