Kylian Mbappe has admitted that he have good relationship with Thomas Tuchel, and is possible reunion with his former manager after rejecting Paris Saint-Germain contract extension.
The 22-year-old superstar has reportedly made a transfer decision that could tempt Chelsea and Marina Granovskaia into some more business this summer.
According to latest reports, Mbappe has refused to sign a new deal with the Ligue 1 giants, and informed them he desire to leave, with Real Madrid or Barcelona believed to be his next destination.
But his comments last month hints on possible reunion with his former manager Thomas Tuchel, who guided Chelsea’s Champions League success last season.
Just after crashing out of the Euro competition from woeful penalty miss, the 22-years-old winger has revealed he will soon phone his old manager.
Although he is yet to disclosed what the conversation is aimed at but it’s likely they will both talk about chances of him joining the blues as he is yet to decide on his future.
‘After the Euro’s, I’m going to call him because I have a really good relationship with him,’ Mbappe said in an interview.
Chelsea, meanwhile, yet to signing a new player this summer, and is possiblities of make a move for Kylian Mbappe since their top three centre-forward target doubt exit from their parents club this summer.
Erling Haaland, who scored 43 goals with additional of nine assists across all competitions for Dortmund last season, wanted by Stamford Bridge outfit but the Bundesliga giant reluctant to sell him this summer.
Harry Kane, on the other hand, subject interest from Chelsea and Manchester City, even Tuchel publicy confirmed is interested in services of England captain but Spurs didn’t have interest in doing business with their local rivals while City also show interest in superstar striker.
Finally, Romelu Lukaku, hinted that he keen on stay with Italian champions despite departure of Antonio Conte. As a result of that there’s possiblities of make a move for Mbappe, who have a good relationship with Blues boss Thomas Tuchel.