Chelsea fans could be set for a stunning transfer in the coming few weeks with the London-based club reportedly closing in on a deal to sign Borussia Dortmund star striker Erling Haaland in a potential sensational transfer.
According to reports from the Daily and Sunday Express, the Blues have been in constant contact with Haaland's entourage regarding a possible move to Stamford Bridge this summer and that they confident of striking a deal for the prolific scorer.
Moreover, according to reputable Norwegian Journalist, Jan Aage Fjortoft who also happens to have close contacts with Dortmund, the Thomas Tuchel's side are working hard behind the scenes to sign the 20 year old with him seen as the missing player.
Erling Haaland is not doubt one of the best strikers in the world of football with him chipping in goals for fun at the Signal Iduna Park. In 59 appearances across all competitions, the Norwegian International has managed to score 57 goals and hence, showing that he could be the real deal for the Blues should they get him.
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