Sources: Chelsea eyeing up four wingers ahead of summer window

Chelsea have endured another largely disappointing campaign, but with six games left the Blues still have a chance of Europa League football next season.

With the summer transfer window drawing ever closer Chelsea as usual are expected to be busy with both incomings and outgoings.

The Blue’s hierarchy will be finalising plans for the summer, deciding what positions need addressing and what players should be prioritised.

The club will potentially be open to selling a number of players as they look to raise funds to comply with Premier League profit and sustainability rules.

Sources say Chelsea are willing to listen to offers for both Raheem Sterling and Noni Madueke.

It’s believed the club aren’t impressed with the 22-year-old’s attitude and haven’t seen enough progression from the winger.

Sources claim Premier League clubs are interested and the Blues would sell if they received a good offer.

In Sterling’s case Chelsea want to sell him and get his wages off the books, there’s interest from Saudi Arabia but the 29-year-old is believed to want to stay in London.

If one or both are sold then the Blue’s will definitely look to bring in another winger or two, depending on opportunities and the amount of money available for new signings.

Of course a striker is the top priority this summer, but the club have been looking at a number of wingers.

According to sources Chelsea are very interested in Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise, and are prepared to battle Manchester United for his signature.

Olise is believed to have a release clause of around £60m in his contract but that hasn’t been confirmed, with Joe Shields said to be driving Chelsea’s interest in the player.

Other names being looked at are Pedro Neto of Wolves and West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen.

Neto has a contract with Wolves until 2027, and whilst his market value is rumoured to be around £50m Wolves are expected to ask for more, meaning a deal could be difficult.

Sources state Chelsea really like Bowen, but again he’s under contract until 2030, and a move is seen as unrealistic.

It’s not just right sided players being looked at, the Blue’s have been looking at left wingers with Athletic Bilbao’s Nico Williams the main name being explored currently.

It’s set to be a busy summer at Stamford Bridge and a lot of business will depend on which striker comes in and for how much.

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