Havertz has missed the Blues 'last four games while Abraham injured his ankle at the end of Jamaal Lasceles' bloody first-half challenge during Monday's 2-0 win over Newcastle United.Despite the troubles the two of them have been having lately,head coach Thomas Tuchel confirmed that the two of them were ready to battle the Saints for lunch.
At his pre-match press conference, the German said to the media:We are very happy that Tammy Abraham did very well,he feels very good and he is free to train at three o'clock today.If possible.Do well. ,he's on the team.
Kai Havertz is back in training and can join us at Southampton.
Tuchel looks at the Ruiz-Atil collection
Chelsea have the prospect of participating in the transfer of the Spanish heavyweights to Barcelona this summer.
Both clubs are looking to sign Paris Saint Germain midfielder ace Kayes Ruiz-Atil before his contract in the French capital expires at the end of the season.
Ruiz-Atil fell out of favor at the Ligue 1 club following the arrival of Mauricio Pochettino last month, despite joining the first team under Tuchel despite his fragile age.However,Tuhel wanted to reunite with the midfielder in west London as his potential was said to be so attractive that he was nicknamed the 'next Messi'.
The Blues are preparing to make an opening bid for Haaland
The Blues are ready to announce an initial £77 million offer to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.
According to a WinSports report quoted by the Daily Express,The Blues are ready to make a full comeback for the Norwegian this summer to strengthen Tuchel's attacking abilities.
The former Red Bull Salzburger has been in brilliant form this season,scoring 25 goals in 24 games in all competitions.Haaland has a release clause in his contract worth around £66m,but will become less active in the summer of 2022,meaning the blues will have to pay higher fees to secure their signature next summer.
But as noted above,the Blues will sign him this summer and are already preparing their opening bid.
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