The summer transfer window is now officially opened and clubs will now be looking forward to sign players to bolster their respective squads ahead of next season. Chelsea however will also be expected to be very busy in the transfer market this summer.
Quite a number of players will be expected to move out. Veteran striker Olivier Giroud will expectedly move elsewhere after the Euros and reports are in that former Chelsea boss Mauricio Sarri who is now at the helms of Lazio is Keen to snap up Emerson Palmeiri. Marcos Alonso and Hudson Odoi might also be making a move in the next few weeks.
The Club is also keen to sign a striker this summer and after Romelu Lukaku declaring that his future is with his current club, Chelsea are pushing for a move for Erling Halaand.
The Blues have reportedly stepped up their pursuit of the Dortmund striker in the last few days, and they may well test the reserve of Dortmund any time now.
Romano was obviously talking about Haaland and confirmed Chelsea are very interested. He said Dortmund do not wish to sell, and it will take a ‘crazy bid’ of more than 150m euros.
However, he also says it is up to Roman Abramovich, and Haaland himself is open to the move. The young striker has declared his intentions of moving out of his comfort zone and seeking now challenges as well as winning trophies.
Therefore now it's just a matter of if the European Champions will be willing to splash out the cash for him.
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