Chelsea Latest: Blues set to announce the signing of Real Madrid star

Thanks. Chelsea are in no doubt one of the

Chelsea are in no doubt one of the biggest football club in Europe and they will be looking to strengthen their squad in the summer.

Chelsea will back Frank Lampard to sign some players that will help the club to contend for silverware next season,with the west Londoners identifying possible targets after two signings.

Due to the Corona virus outbreak,which have had a devastating effect on football,clubs are expected not to spend too much in transfers in the summer,But Chelsea have expressed interest in some high profile players.

But according to reports,Chelsea have been tipped to sign Real Madrid defender Sergio Reguilon to help them solve their issues at left back.

Frank Lampard has already been busy in the transfer market, securing deals to sign forwards Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech.

The Blues have now turned their attention to Bayer Leverkusen attacker Kai Havertz, but the squad is in danger of becoming too top heavy.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard will arguably have one of the most potent attacks in Europe next season, but there are still issues in defence that need resolving.

Chelsea shipped a massive 54 Premier league goals last season and clean sheets were few and far between throughout the campaign.

Left back continues to be a problem with Frank Lampard not able to tie down a first choice starter in that position.

Ben Chilwell was believed to be Chelsea’s priority target at left back but Leicester city could demand as much as £80million for the England international.

A number of cheaper options have ben touted, with Nicolas Tagliafico, Alex Telles, Robin Gosens and Marc Cucurella all linked with a move to Stamford Bridge.

But now promising Real Madrid ace Reguilon appears to be the most likely signing after impressing on loan at Sevilla this season.

The 23-year-old is very highly rated and Spanish football expert Alvaro Montero reckons he could solve Frank Lampard’s problems.

Speaking to Skysports about Chelsea’s interest in Reguilon, he said: “A very good option, I think it could happen personally.

So Chelsea fans,would you love to see Reguilon at Stamford bridge next season?