In an effort to rebuild the team after losing a number of players this summer, Chelsea is probably doing really well in the market. In the summer reconstruction, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is reportedly giving priority to certain areas.
Conor Gallagher, a midfielder for Chelsea, has supposedly received a £40 million bid from Newcastle United, according to many reports. Earlier, Thomas Tuchel promised that the star will be a part of his plans for this season. Rival teams in the Premier League are prepared to sign the star midfielder this summer, though.
To acquire the Chelsea midfielder, Newcastle United has submitted a £40 million offer. The great midfielder was on loan at Crystal Palace for the whole previous season. Chelsea rejected the loan bid from Crystal Palace this summer. In Chelsea's starting eleven, the top player was absent.
The Star Player, though, could leave this season in an effort to play elsewhere. This will be a major setback for Thomas Tuchel, who hopes to have a deep roster this season.
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