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Opinion:Chelsea could sign Chiesa on one condition as Tuchel makes transfer decision

Several reports claim that Chelsea are interested in signing Juventus winger Federico Chiesa, who is expected to leave the Bianconeri after only two seasons in the summer of 2019. Fabrizio Romano has discussed his 'Here We Go' podcast and stated that the manager of Chelsea, Thomas Tuchel, would be delighted to sign the Italy international.

According to the source, the German coach is a big fan of the former Fiorentina striker, and the Blues have begun looking for him as a result of his admiration. Church has established himself as a key part of both Juventus and Italy since joining the Bianconeri in 2012, and he was instrumental in the Azzurri's qualification for the European Championships last summer.

In his first season with the Turin giants, he scored 14 goals and added 11 assists, and he has three goals and three assists in his first season with the club this season. Despite the fact that Juventus is unlikely to be eager to sell the player, there is one condition that could become crucial for both parties.

Allegri's side are battling for their lives in Serie A, and they have a monumental task ahead of them if they are to reduce the gap on the top four teams in the league. Juventus are currently seventh in the table, seven points behind fourth-placed Atalanta. According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, many players may be forced to leave if the Old Lady fails to qualify for the Champions League next season, which would result in an estimated loss of 80 million euros in revenue. Chiesa is one of the names that could be sacrificed by the bianconeri if they fail to qualify for the Champions League next season. Roman points out that the admiration for the Tursele of Italy Stella is one of the reasons why rumors of a probable passage at Chelsea are circulating.

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