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Chelsea behind the scenes: Timeframe on Timo Werner deal, Ben Chilwell latest, who could leave

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The countdown is on as Chelsea work to complete the signing RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner.

football.londonunderstandsthe Blues will activate the Germany striker’s €55million release clause before it expires on June 15, with personal terms expected to be agreed over a five-year contract.

Frank Lampard’s side were keen to strengthen their attacking options in the summer transfer window after missing out in January.

And Werner looks set to join Hakim Ziyech in west London this summer.

Chelsea aren’t done yet though, with Lampard understood to be targeting the signing of Leicester City defender Ben Chilwell.

The England left-back is Lampard’s first-choice defensive target but Chelsea continue to monitor Ajax’s Nicolas Tagliafico and Porto’s Alex Telles should a deal not be agreed with the Foxes.

Chilwell is keen on a move to Stamford Bridge but Leicester, who are almost guaranteed Champions League football next season, will not be pressured to sell unless the offer meets their expectations.

As a result of the current transfer activity, we thought it would be a good idea to get Chelsea fans involved, and hear all your questions for Alan to answer in a Facebook Q&A on Friday.

You can catch up on everything that was said by watching the video above.

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