Chelsea ready £44m bid for Roma pair Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri

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23 January, 2018

The reigning Premier League champions have made a striker and a left-back their transfer priorities this winter.

Arnautovic is the latest name on the Chelsea radar with Antonio Conte desperately looking to sign a new forward to ease the attacking burden on their prime striker Alvaro Morata. However, it appears as though the tabloid may have jumped the gun a little.

Leicester would be willing to part with Slimani but they would prefer a permanent deal, while Chelsea want a loan move. Let's wait and see if any further information arises tomorrow.

The January transfer window is in full swing so clubs are working hard trying to strengthen their squads for the second half of the season and put deals in place for the summer.

The 28-year-old has been impressive in recent seasons but isn't exactly the calibre of player which Chelsea should be signing. Club policy usually dictates that incoming players, or players now in the squad, aged 30 or over are only offered one-year deals.

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Again, before we lay it out, we know that both clubs would not be able to use Cup-tied players in the UCL and that gives the rumor its unrealistic bent.

Finally Roma's Edin Dzeko has come about as the third potential striker and that move seems to make a hell of a lot of sense!

Also he could be saying yes to a move where in a few months time Chelsea will be under new management. The Bosnian won the Golden Boot last season after scoring 29 goals in the Italian Serie A.

Chelsea are closing in on a deal for Roma forward Edin Dzeko which could potentially be worth in excess of £30m ($41.6m).

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