According to reports from Football Insider, the blues are reported to be preparing a bid of £130 million for Borrusia Dortmund and Norway forward Erling Haaland, as the club is keen to land the clinical striker this summer before the start of the new 2021/22 campaign.
Chelsea have been targeting the 21 year old since the beginning of the summer transfer window and reports suggests that the club owner Roman Abramovich has backed the club financially to land the striker at the Stamford Bridge this summer.
Haaland have been a target for Manchester City and Real Madrid but it seeems the blues are the front runners to make an impact, however, his club demand that a fee of £150 million will be enough to part ways with their striker this summer.
Do you support the idea of offering £150 million for a 21 year striker when the club still have Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham?
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