Inter Milan manager, Antonio Conte is desperate to strengthen his defensive options in the second half of the season and has identified Alonso as a target this month.
According to The Sun, Chelsea are ready to cash in on the 28-year-old next month as the Blues manager, Maurizio Sarri looks to strengthen his team for the second half of the season.
Umtiti has been heavily linked with a move to the North London club at the end of the season in recent weeks. The World Cup winner has suffered a persistent knee injury in recent months and has fallen down the pecking order at the Nou Camp as a result.
Arsenal star Nacho Monreal and Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno have reportedly emerged as targets for reigning Spanish champions Barcelona.
But the Italian giants will have to contend with competition from Atletico Madrid who are also looking to snap up the Frenchman from north London.
Chelsea outcast, Olivier Giroud, has reportedly emerged a transfer target for Tottenham as the North London side is desperately in need of a potential temporary replacement for injured Harry Kane.
The two-time Premier League winner appears to have fallen out of favour with the Blues boss Frank Lampard who is building a new team at the club.
Sport Italia report that Wednesday will be the decisive day in discussions between Juve and Arsenal as they look to finalise the details of the transfer.
However, the Frenchman has struggled to recapture his best form under Mourinho in North London.
The fact that fans have voiced their discontent about the aforementioned situation just shows how much Moses's stock has fallen.
Maurizio Sarri's situation Chelsea's preferred replacement for Conte is Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri, but his situation is almost as complicated as Conte's.
Little under two years ago, Sanchez, deployed in a central attacking role, tore West Ham to shreds at the London stadium, scoring a hat-trick in a 5-1 Arsenal win.