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Chelsea fear PSG have dropped Bakayoko interest as Lampard faces homegrown dilemma

The Blues are looking up to a season where they have an overflow of remote players and need to settle on choices on the eventual fate of some enormous names

New Chelsea supervisor Frank Lampard is confronting a difficulty over the quantity of non-homegrown players in his squad as the new season shut in at Stamford Bridge.

UEFA standards state clubs in the Champions League may enroll close to 17 remote players in their squads for the challenge, with a further eight spots accessible for homegrown players.
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The entry of January marking Christian Pulisic and the choice to hold Mateo Kovacic on a changeless arrangement following his credit spell has left Lampard with an excess of remote players.One player who the Blues had would have liked to proceed onward was midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, who spent keep going season on advance at AC Milan.

As revealed by Goal, Paris Saint-Germain had been investigating an advance to-purchase bargain for the France universal, yet with an arrangement near take Everton's Idrissa Gueye to Parc des Princes, a move for Bakayoko now appears to be improbable.

That leaves Bakayoko in a gathering which likewise incorporates Kurt Zouma, Michy Batshuayi, Davide Zappacosta and Kenedy, who could confront a season viewing on from the sidelines in specific rivalries because of absence of room inside the squad.

Lampard's choice to utilize institute graduate Reece James in his first-group designs next season could spell the end for Zappacosta, who may end up as the third-decision ideal back.

The Italian nearly left in the January move window, yet an arrangement couldn't be hit with Lazio and he stays in West London.

Zouma, in the interim, is an objective for Everton following a great credit spell at Goodison Park last season, yet Lampard is quick to keep the France worldwide after the arrival of Gary Cahill.

He has Fikayo Tomori - who won Player of the Season for Lampard's Derby County in 2018-19 - to fall back on ought to Zouma leave, however right now the England Under-21 focus back is the destined to be given up on credit in an offer to acquire more experience.https://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/5/a7/kenedy-chelsea_6qqlx8eg6whn1npxuii2dx65m.jpg?t=-1599239090&quality=60&w=1600Kenedy, then, has been the unexpected bundle of Chelsea's pre-season so far after a disillusioning season on advance at Newcastle last term.

The Brazilian full-back has piled on 191 minutes over the Blues' four diversions - the third-the vast majority of any player - however with only one year left on his agreement could be sold in order to guarantee Chelsea get an expense when he in the long run leaves.

Chelsea have had a bustling summer in an exchange market considering they have had a two-window move boycott forced upon them by FIFA.

They have raised well over £100 million (€112m/$124m) in player deals after Eden Hazard left for an underlying £88m (€100m/$112m), while a large group of past loanees have been sold.

In lieu of an exchange window the Blues have been caught up with attempting to concur terms on new contracts for a large group of players, and after both Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mason Mount marked crisp arrangements, Callum Hudson-Odoi is set to follow in their footsteps.The bargain for Hudson-Odoi is currently being supervised by legal counselors after the terms between the two gatherings have been concurred.

Hudson-Odoi will gain over £100,000 seven days, perhaps ascending to as much as £180,000 seven days with motivations dependent on execution.

Kenneth Omeruo, Baba Rahman, Michael Hector and Trevoh Chalobah, in the interim, are relied upon to leave either for all time or on advance before the finish of the exchange window.

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