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Chelsea fans in transfer meltdown after Erling Haaland's five-word message

The Borussia Dortmund striker has been connected with a mid year move to Chelsea, and a few fans have been making an impression on the productive goalscorer. Chelsea fans have been sending messages to move target Erling Haaland

It's nothing unexpected that the Norway worldwide's future is ruling the late spring window as he is quite possibly the most sought-after parts in Europe at the present time. 

Subsequent to mesh 41 objectives in only 41 appearances across all rivalries in the season just gone - remembering 10 for the Champions League - Haaland is being tipped for a major move. 

For Chelsea to dominate the competition to sign the striker, they'll need to see off rivalry from both Manchester United and Manchester City just as La Liga team Barcelona and Real Madrid.Although, it very well may be a smart thought to stand by a year. 

This is on the grounds that toward the finish of next season, 20-year-old's delivery statement of €75million (£64m) will kick in which means clubs can save millions in the midst of reports that Borussia Dortmund would request over £100m this summer.But obviously numerous Chelsea fans are sharp for an arrangement to be wrapped up before first round of the 2021/22 season.So much so that some have been sent into an exchange craze following Haaland's web-based media action during the England versus Germany Euro 2020 keep going 16 conflict on Tuesday evening. 

At a certain point in the game, Haaland posted a straightforward five-word message that read: "Time to welcome on Sancho..." 

While this was plainly planned for Three Lions supervisor Gareth Southgate and had nothing to do in regards to his future, some Chelsea fans made a move to send him an exchange message. 

Chelsea fans have sent an exchange message to Erling Haaland. (Picture: Twitter)

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