Chelsea have today confirmed the two strikers who have been linked to Chelsea. In their official app called The Fifth Stand, the Blues have outlined the purposeful need of a striker at Chelsea. They however warn the fans that the news has been pulled from external sources.
Quoting the Athletic News, Chelsea claim that Erling Halaand remain the first option for Chelsea. They are trying to work out plans to land which won't affect the club both economically and financially. Marina who is Chelsea's sports director aims to bring profit to the club alongside valuable players. Tuchel has requested the club to go in for Halaand who is destined for greatness in football. He is a great talent who will be able to win Chelsea games and trophies.
The News further claim that Chelsea are considering move for Southampton striker Danny Ings as an alternative. He will be deployed for short-term so that the club's ambitions remain high. Chelsea have turned their interest on the player after Halaand become too expensive to achieve this summer. They claim that they can wait until next summer to sign Halaand when the release clause will be active.
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