Chelsea transfer Chief Marina Granovskaia is reportedly keen on completing an €80m transfer deal this summer.
Chelsea are reportedly keen on making more additional strength to Thomas Tuchel's squad, especially his main problem which is a complete striker following the flopping of their current strikers Tammy Abraham, Timo Werner and Oliver Giroud. The Blues hunt is reportedly about to bear fruits, as the transfer of their former striker Romelu Lukaku looks more realistic day in day out.
According to Chelsea news, the Blues have already contacted the Belgium international's agent for a possible transfer deal to Stamford Brigde this summer. The report reveals that the former Chelsea forward is likely going to cost up to €80 million for him to move out of Inter Milan back to West London.
However, the Inter Milan forward transfer to England will depend on whether Chelsea will qualify for Champions League next season. Also it is going to depend on whether the current Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte will stay or not, considering that the club is currently in the midst of financial struggles.
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