Chelsea have failed to complete any official signings of their desired targets despite the fact that the January transfer season is rapidly approaching its conclusion. Following some encouraging news from Germany, it appears like Tuchel's top aim of strengthening his defense line may be coming to fruition.
Football.London reports that Bayern Munich defender Niklaus Sule has opted not to extend his contract with the German club, and that this has resulted in him being closer than ever to agreeing to a potential move to Stamford Bridge amidst Chelsea speculation.
Although it should be mentioned that Sule has been on Chelsea's radar since last summer, the Premier League giants must now complete the transfer of the 27-year-old defender, who will help the club's backline under Thomas Tuchel.
The same source also said that Tuchel is still aiming to secure a loan deal for Barcelona's left defender Sergino Dest, despite the fact that Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku is said to be dissatisfied with the Germany manager.
Then there's the question of whether you think Chelsea should sign Sule.
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