Chelsea have set Erling Halaand as their main summer transfer window target to replace Tammy Abraham who is likely to join Westham United according to Skysports news. Chelsea have been struggling to score recently hence the need for a more fierce striker who can score goals consistently & enable the blues win more trophies. Chelsea will also be offloading fringe players this summer transfer window to raise funds & create spaces for the new signings. Chelsea are targeting to sign RB Leipzig defender Kouyatte, Ac Milan Goalkeeper Donnarruma & Borrussia Dortmund forward Erling Halaand in the summer transfer window inorder tp reignforce their defence & attack.
The Blues will be changing their formation to 4-3-3 attacking squad inorder to fit in centre forward Halaand & centre back Kouyate who both valued at £150 Million in total according to Transfer Market. Goalkeeper Donnarruma will be starting alongside 4 defenders lead by Silva, Kouyate, Reece James & Ben Chillwell while thw midfield will comprise of Ngolo Kante, Kovacic & Hudson Odoi. The attack will be lead by Erling Halaand as centre forward alongside Timo Werner & Christian Pulisic.
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