The London Evening Standard standard say west London club Chelsea have increased their chances of signing Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana and Fiorentina forward Federico Chiesa. Ajax head coach Erik ten Hag said the 24-year-old Cameroon shotstopper Onana is available for transfer if clubs are willing to pay the right price. Ten Hag told Algemeen Dagblad: "Andre is very important to us and of course we don’t want to lose him, but it’s true that we have an agreement from last year about the development scenario and what steps we will take if the right club comes in at the right price." "As far as I know, no concrete offer has been made to Ajax."
More: Liverpool deserve to be Premier League champions. While in Italy, Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso has confirmed several clubs in Europe are looking to secure the services of Chiesa. He told Radio Bruno Toscana: "If he wants to go then I'm sorry, but we'd accommodate him, providing the offer is fair. We must also see what he's worth. [His price] may have dropped since last year. It must suit everyone, although there's a chance that he'll stay.
"I haven't offered Federico anything. There hasn't been a proposal, it's fake news. The important thing is that a player wants to stay."