- Tiemoue Bakayoko has emerged as summer transfer target for PSG
- The Frenchman maybe moving to Paris before the end of the transfer
- Chelsea on the other hand are looking for the signature of Mendy
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Paris-Saint-Germain who are French champions are reportedly interested in the signing of Chelsea star Tiemoue Bakayoko and they have made contact with the Blues' chiefs.
Since the French midfielder moved to Stamford Bridge three years ago, the 26-year-old has failed to impress Chelsea chiefs who now want to flog him out.
According to the report on UK Sun, Italian side AC Milan are interested in signing Bakayoko on a permanent basis, but they have not been able to convince the Blues.
PSG have declared an interest and have proposed taking Bakayoko on loan this season with the option of making it a permanent deal.
For the last two seasons, Bakayoko has played for AC Milan and Monaco on loan before making a return to London this summer.
Meanwhile, Chelsea lost their game against Liverpool and Lampard and his chiefs are trying to fix things before their next game in the Premier League.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigerian football star Victor Moses scored for Chelsea in closed-doors friendly game against AFC Wimbledon in an encounter which was played on Tuesday night, September 15.
Victor Moses recently returned to Stamford Bridge after playing for Inter Milan on loan last season and he is waiting to know his fate this term with the Blues.
The former Super Eagles star netted from the spot in the 1-1 draw in which Danny Drinkwater also played following loan spells last term at Aston Villa and Burnley.
But their superb display is unlikely to earn them a return to Lampard's first team given the star-studded roster following big spending this summer by the Blues.
Moses and Drinkwater may be heading for another loan move before the end of the ongoing transfer window.
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