Chelsea are reportedly closing in on Inter’s Achraf Hakimi after matching Paris Saint-Germain’s £56.1 million ($79m) reported approach.
One player who could suffer from Hakimi’s arrival is Chelsea Academy Player of the Year, Valentino Livramento, who was said to be mulling over his future, with AC Milan monitoring his situation.
The youngster could see his path to the first team severely restricted if Chelsea go ahead to sign Hakimi
Callum Hudson-Odoi, who has been playing at wing-back and generally been out of favour under Tuchel, is one squad member who could also see his opportunities limited further. The 20-year-old forward would like to stay at Chelsea but the club would listen to offers for him.
According to Goal and the Guardian, Aston Villa are the latest club looking at the highly rated 18-year-old, who may leave this summer because of a lack of opportunities.
Tino Livramento has been contacted by AC Milan but Aston Villa are among clubs that seem more viable options for the young full-back, whose future could be thrown into doubt by signing Hakimi