Current Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is looking forward to make his first signing in West London after winning UCL trophy last season. The Germany tactician is in desperate after long time contract talk over the first signing he is looking forward to make this season. Borusssia Dotmund striker Erling Haaland remains Chelsea priority with Tuchel still under the deal to sign the star this summer.
Last month, it was rumoured that the striker and the west London club had reached an agreement on personal matters. According to journalist Ian McGarry of the Transfer Window Podcast, this is the case. While this is a significant step forward in their efforts to recruit the striker this summer, both teams must now agree on a fee, which is tougher said than done.
Erling Haaland deal remains incomplete following in agreement in transfer fee and payment. Acharif Hakimi was also under Tuchel's wishlist this summer but unfortunately PSG signed the defender before Chelsea came to an agreement. Tuchel still remains desperate in making his first signing in Chelsea as a manager. He has not made any incoming signing.
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