Tottenham Hotspur are eyeing up a move for Kurt Zouma, according to the latest reports.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly told Daniel Levy to explore the option of getting Zouma from Chelsea. There is nothing to suggest that Frank Lampard would fully oppose to the move.
Zouma has appeared regularly in the Chelsea backline this season. He had a rough start but still maintained his starting spot through the majority of the campaign. That was mostly due to the absence of Antonio Rudiger through injury.
Zouma had to spend two seasons out on loan to Stoke City and Everton to find his back into the Chelsea side. Lampard gave the ex-Setienne man a chance to impress but did not get the most out of him. With the rising Fikayo Tomori and established personnel of Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, Zouma could very well be moved along for a healthy profit.
Chelsea are also due to get Ethan Ampadu back on their books. The Welshman’s frustrating loan spell with RB Leipzig has him itching to make a comeback to London. He could be an immediate replacement for Zouma, even if he is unproven at this point.