Written By Onyeka Daniel
Chelsea have already decided to do away with their Senegalese goalkeeper, Edouard Mendy in the summer and with his contract set to expire at the same time, it would make it easier for the club as they begin the process of shopping for a replacement.
Despite the presence of Kepa Arrizabalaga, signing a top keeper is one of their priority and the name of Cameroon goalkeeper, Andre Onana is on top of the list.
Onana joined Inter Milan at the start of this season as a free agent after his contract with Dutch side, Ajax expired and he has been impressive so far with Nerazzurri, helping them to the quarter-final of the UCL, keeping two clean sheet against Porto in the previous round.
While Chelsea could make a massive cash offer, their situation with Financial Fair Play could make that a difficult and so they could be exploring other means to get their transfer target.
Luckily for the EPL side, they will be in negotiations with the Nerazzurri at the end of the season to discuss the future of Romelu Lukaku and while the Italian club aren’t very much keen on signing the Belgian, the Blues could look to make another offer. They’ve two likely options to offer as exchange.
First is former Barcelona striker, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang, who could move to Italy as a replacement for Lukaku and also England defender, Trevor Chalobah, who the Nerazzurri are already targeting as a replacement for the PSG bound Milan Skriniar. Both options could be really tempting for the 2010 UCL winners.
Liverpool are prepared to move for Eintracht Frankfurt defender, Evan Ndicka, signing him ahead of the likes of Inter Milan and AC Milan in the summer.
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The defender would be leaving the German side as a free agent in June as his contract expires and the club have already brought in a replacement.
Ndicka has been one of the most impressive defenders in Germany in recent seasons. He helped Frankfurt win the Europa League last season and is seen as one of the best free-agents on the market heading into this summer.
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