Ex-Chelsea boss 'could' take on Borussia Dortmund job as Blues receive major transfer boost

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A former Chelsea head coach is reportedly in the frame for a job in Europe - additionally, the Blues have been handed a massive transfer boost.

Chelsea are set to return to Premier League action at the weekend when they take on Burnley - let's take a look at what is happening around Stamford Bridge today.

A former Chelsea manager is a 'candidate' to take over at a prestigious European club - the Blues have also been given a massive boost after a rival club have been ruled out of a transfer race.

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Ex-Chelsea boss Graham Potter is a 'candidate' to take over at Borussia Dortmund

Graham Potter may not have set the world alight during his time at Chelsea, but his stock remains high. A report from HITC suggests that he could be a 'candidate' to take over at Borussia Dortmund from the under-fire Edin Terzic.

While Potter himself has yet to register an interest in the Dortmund post, Die Schwarzgelben certainly seem keen on him - the former Brighton and Hove Albion head coach has yet to take another job in management since his Blues departure.

Arsenal 'not interested' in Blues transfer target Victor Osimhen

Arsenal have been linked with a litany of centre-forwards ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window - however, David Ornstein suggests that the Gunners will not be seeking out a deal for Chelsea target and Napoli star Victor Osimhen. As such, this puts the Blues firmly in the drivers' seat where this transfer saga is concerned.

In a report featured in The Athletic, Ornstein said: "As previously reported and widely documented, Benjamin Sesko and Viktor Gyokeres are admired. As is Evan Ferguson, but the price Brighton would want and the season he has had perhaps makes him less likely at the moment.

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"I don’t see it being a Victor Osimhen or Ivan Toney. There will be other options, too. I’ve seen Alexander Isak linked and Arsenal went for him in the past, but I don’t have any information on that at this point."