Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel will reportedly start a squad overhaul in an attempt to flush out the players he deems no longer needed at Stamford Bridge, and will also bring in new faces at the club, according to a lot of reports. The German manager is said to have been told by club owner Roman Abramovic that he will be getting some funds to sign his kind of players in a bid to contest for major trophies next season.

The most talked-about position where the manager will look to sign players is the attacking department, and a lot of players have already been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge since the first time it was reported.

One name on the list, which appears to be an almost-impossible signing for Chelsea is Borussia Dortmund forward Erling Haaland. The striker was linked with a move to Chelsea last month but with a lot of clubs interested in signing him, including Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, and Barcelona it looks highly unlikely that Chelsea is one of his likely destinations.

The player’s agent, Mino Raiola has already had negotiations with both Real Madrid and Barcelona in the past month and the two La Liga clubs appear to be his possible destinations at the moment. With that in mind, Chelsea have turned their attention to Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala instead.

The Argentine attacker is unsettled on Turin under manager Andrea Pirlo and has shown signs of frustration at a lack of enough game time at the club, prompting him to reportedly be interested in an exit from Juve.

However, Pirlo has already expressed that it is not in his plans to let the 27-year-old leave the club, meaning Chelsea may yet have to scout for another forward they want to sign in the summer.