Chelsea's 'finish' Declan Rice option could help Manager Thomas Tuchel sign Erling Haaland.


Rice has been connected with a transfer to Stamford Bridge and keeping in mind that joins briefly faded away after the sack of previous manager Frank Lampard, they have now reemerged. 

That is because Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is supposed to be similarly as a very remarkable fan of the West Ham charm as Lampard as he tries to reinforce his side's spine. 

Eurosport move master Dean Jones said of Rice this week on Si and Dan Talk Chelsea: "I've been advised he will leave West Ham for a greater club however it will be an expensive arrangement. So it'll truly rely upon whether Chelsea can discover better worth somewhere else I think." 

Later news that Rice has dismissed two agreement offers from West Ham and is anxious to play in the Champions League next season has just blended speculation that Chelsea could take an action this late spring. 

However, the Hammers will wait for £100million for the 22-year-old, who Manchester United and Manchester City additionally appreciate. That is a restrictive expense given Chelsea have different needs, in particular other middle advances. 

Chelsea's 'finished' Declan Rice option could help Thomas Tuchel sign Erling Haaland (Image: GETTY) 

Yet, reports as of late show the European heroes currently include a player inside their sights who can be just about as successful as Rice and at a lot less expensive value

Monaco's Aurelien Tchouameni is a dynamic midfielder, Tchouameni last month got the sponsorship of as a matter of fact Cesc Fabregas, somebody who knows the stuff to overwhelm a match from the focal point of the recreation centre, to arrive at the actual top of the game. 

"He can be the finished midfielder. Present-day midfield player," was Fabregas' brief comment on Twitter, however, he clarified that Monaco will not have any desire to lose his colleague any time soon, adding: "Yet we need him still... sorry." 

Named Ligue 1's Young Player of the Year and remembered for the Ligue 1 Team of the Year, Tchouameni made himself an essential giver under Niko Kovac the last term in what was only his presentation at Stade Louis II. He made 42 appearances in which he delivered two goals and four assists. 

"He's an image of our group," Croatian mentor Kovac said of the player, adding: "In the event that he proceeds with this way, he'll have an extraordinary profession."

Tchouameni seems to be the ideal fit. He is young and technically, physically and tactically ready for Premier League football. Plus, he'd be affordable at around £34m. This means it would take him roughly £66m cheaper than Rice