The Blues can move for him next summer
Chelsea had a busy summer as they were looking to bolster their squad after an underwhelming campaign, despite winning the FA Cup back in May. Maurizio Sarri was appointed as the new manager after Antonio Conte was sacked.
The 59 year old has brought players like Jorginho from Napoli, Kepa from Athletic Bilbao and Mateo Kovacic on a season long loan from Real Madrid during the summer transfer window. The Blues also managed to keep hold of key players like Eden Hazard, Willian and N’Golo Kante, as they were heavily linked with exits.
The London outfit have won all the Premier League fixtures so far this season against Huddersfield, Arsenal, Newcastle and Bournemouth. They are only 1 of the 3 teams in the Premier League to do so.
Despite a great start, it has been suggested that the London outfit are already planning for future transfers in order to further bolster the squad.
Chelsea are reportedly tracking Milan midfielder Suso, with the view to a potential move for the former Liverpool star next summer according to Calciomercato.
The winger joined the Serie A giants from Liverpool on a free transfer in 2015 and has been one of the mainstays for the club. He has flourished since moving to Italy and is among the most constant players for them.
The 24 year old was a regular last season, scoring 8 goals and assisting 7 in 47 appearances. His form has also earned him Senior International recognition.
The Spaniard was linked with a return to Premier League this summer but there was no concrete offers for him. However, the Premier League giants are wants to utilise their existing links with the Italian side to help seal a deal.
Tiemoue Bakayoko joined them on a season long loan with an option to buy him permanently and it has been suggested that are also keeping tabs on Cesc Fabregas.
The Serie A outfit are no longer under financial pressure to sell the likes of Suso, but interest is likely to grow if the playmaker continues to impress in Italy.
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