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Tuesday June 6
02:20: Chelsea now face competition not only from Manchester United but Bayern Munich too for Romelu Lukaku, reports claim.
The Everton hitman is a key target for the Blues this summer.
But he will prove costly as the Toffees are demanding £100m for the goalscorer’s services.
And Chelsea have further problems in their ongoing pursuit with Bundesliga giants Bayern joining the race, according to Manchester Evening News.
It is said the striker’s future will ‘soon be fixed’.
And Lukaku’s father, Roger, is apparently particularly receptive to a move to Bayern.
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02:00: Antonio Conte is reportedly confident of sealing a reunion with Leonardo Bonucci.
Manchester City are keen on the Juventus star too with Pep Guardiola said to be a fan of the experienced Italy international.
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However, Chelsea boss Conte knows Bonucci well from his time in Italy.
And according to The Sun, the Blues manager is determined to lure the defender to Stamford Bridge.
A four-year deal worth around £115,000 a week is apparently being prepared for the 30-year-old.
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01:40: Chelsea have reportedly made initial enquiries over Jerome Boating.
The Bayern Munich centre-half is being considered as a potential option to strengthen Antonio Conte’s defence.
The Blues boss wants to bolster his backline ahead of Chelsea’s return to Champions League football.
And according to the Daily Mail, the Premier League champions have conducted early approaches for Germany international Boateng.
Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk is Chelsea’s No1 target but Liverpool appear to have won the battle for him, meaning alternatives are being looked at.