Chelsea are set to lose their three stars to AC Milan as Italian giants plan a huge triple deal for Hakim Ziyech, Olivier Giroud and Fikayo Tomori. The Sun Football understands that the two clubs are in talks with Chelsea willing to sell to fund transfer of Hakimi Achraf and Halaand.
2. Halaand and Hakimi to Chelsea
The Blues are in for a surprise double swap deal as Goal tweetd, "Chelsea have made contact with clubs and agents as they aim to sign both Erling Haaland and Achraf Hakimi this summer, Goal can confirm." https://t.co/upW6a2JEpP
NizaarKinsella has the latest reading, "Chelsea have started negotiations with clubs and agents over deals for Erling Haaland and Achraf Hakimi, Goal can reveal. The deals could cost them over £200m in total."
Ronald Lirumo commented on the double swap deal saying, "The deal for the two players will likely be over 200ml . Imagine the noise if it was Manchester city planning such a costly move for two players in the middle of pandemic for two players after spending another 250ml last season on 4 players deep in a pandemic."
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