Chelsea want to sign Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham and West Ham United’s Declan Rice in a £200m deal, according to a report.
Bellingham’s future is currently the subject of much speculation, with a host of the biggest clubs in world football believed to be in the running for the Dortmund midfielder’s signature.
The 19-year-old scored his first England goal against Iran at the World Cup on Monday, while he has scored nine goals and registered three assists in 22 appearances at club level this term.
According to The Telegraph, Chelsea are determined to win the race for Bellingham’s signature, while the London club also want Rice, and they are prepared to pay £200m to sign both players.
The report claims that representatives of the capital side have already been in contact with Bellingham’s representatives to discuss a switch to Stamford Bridge.
Rice, meanwhile, is also being linked with a move away from West Ham, with Man United and Liverpool said to be among the clubs interested in the 23-year-old.
The midfielder has again been a key player for the Hammers this term, making 20 appearances in all competitions, contributing one goal and two assists in the process.
Rice joined Chelsea’s academy at the age of seven, but he was released seven years later, with West Ham bringing him to the club in 2014.
West Ham are also expected to demand in excess of £100m for Rice, but David Moyes‘s side are no longer in a strong position when…