There are all sorts of various discussions going on at Chelsea right now, with the future of current boss Frank Lampard on the edge.
We all know the deal by now, but it looks like Lampard is at least going into Sunday’s game against Luton still in charge, despite how shaky things have become.
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Transfer business could change dependent on who the manager at the club is, which is why this next story is quite interesting.
Declan Rice is the priority of Lampard, but will Chelsea still target him if Lampard does leave?
Well, Dortmund youngster Jude Bellingham is being considered as a potential alternative by those high up at Chelsea.
Transfer insider Dean Jones revealed the information on The Si Phillips Talks Chelsea Podcast today.
Jones was responding to a question about Bellingham, and had some exclusive information on the Chelsea interest to deliver.
“There are people inside Chelsea who believe that it might be worth waiting another year for Jude Bellingham,” said Jones.
“If Chelsea aren’t going to go and get Declan Rice right now, then why not wait another year until Bellingham is ready to leave Dortmund in 2022.
“There are people in Chelsea who want to at least keep an eye on Jude Bellingham’s situation.”
This could well end up being a double swoop on Dortmund, with Jones delivering some news on Chelsea’s pursuit of Erling Haaland as well.
“The one reason I think Chelsea might sign Haaland, is they are clearly not ones to miss an opportunity on a big player right now,” Jones said.
“I do think that if they got to a situation where Haaland was ready to leave Dortmund, I find it hard to believe that Chelsea’s wouldn’t have a real good crack at actually getting him through the door.”