Despite defeating Manchester City to become the European championships, the London based club are still keen to strengthen their squad this summer as they prepare for the 2020/21 season.
Thomas Tuchel and the club management have been busy trying to figure out the suitable new signings who can land at the Stamford Bridge this summer and add some qualities to the squad.
The blues have greatly linked with Norway and Borrusia Dortmund forward, Erling Haaland since they view him as the key target who can unlock opponents defences next season and bang more goals for Chelsea.
The forward has been phenomenal in the Bundesliga by scoring a total of 41 goals in all competitions for the German side, hence can be a suitable replacement for Timo Werner who has failed to impress since his move from RB Leipzig.
While Jorginho and Kante control the midfield for Chelsea next season, Kai Havertz, Erling Haaland and Mason Mount could be seen forming a lethal attacking front if the Norwegian lands at the Stamford Bridge.
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