Depending on the results of Ben Chilwell’s scan, Chelsea could pursue three left-backs in January.


Depending on the results of Ben Chilwell’s scan, Chelsea could pursue three left-backs in January.

During Chelsea’s triumph over Juventus, Ben Chilwell was sent off.

Following Ben Chilwell’s injury against Juventus on Tuesday, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and transfer executive Marina Granovskaia may be compelled to engage in more January action than they had intended. Tuchel’s team has been flying high both domestically and in Europe, and the Blues’ wing-backs have been crucial to the club’s early success.

Reece James, on the other hand, had a far more joyful evening when his brilliant half-volley led Chelsea to a 4-0 victory.

Trevoh Chalobah, Callum Hudson-Odoi, and Timo Werner also got in on the action, but Chilwell’s injury tainted the three points.

N’Golo Kante also hobbled out, leaving Tuchel with a sour taste in his mouth ahead of Sunday’s crucial match against Manchester United.

Express Sport looks at three left-backs Granovskaia could target in January, while Chilwell awaits the results of a scan that will establish the extent of his troubling ailment.

Antonio Conte, the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, has demanded two particular additions in the January transfer window.

Since Tuchel’s arrival, Chelsea has put attacking wing-backs at the forefront of its tactical philosophy, and Gosens certainly fits the bill.

Gosens has had a highly excellent previous few seasons with Atalanta, and is considered strong enough to start for Germany at Euro 2020.

There aren’t many wing-backs who can match the 27-year-productivity, old’s having scored double figures in both seasons prior to 202122.

And because Atalanta is regarded as a seller, a deal may be struck if the Blues are willing to match his £32 million asking price.

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For what seems like an eternity, Tagliafico has been linked with a move away from Ajax.

The former Independiente full-back has impressed among the Dutch side’s plethora of talented teenagers, despite only making his first venture into the European league at the age of 26.

Tagliafico, who is approaching his 30th birthday, may not have the same longevity as his teammates, but he has the pedigree to do a job for Tuchel and Chelsea if Chilwell’s scan reveals anything. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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