Chelsea has already identified Erling Haaland Alternative because the deal is likely not going to materialize. Mariana has identified Brentford striker Ivan Toney as the right alternative striker that The Blues can sign this summer.
The 25-year-old striker joined Brentford from Newcastle United for just £ 30 million. Currently, the striker is valued at £ 35 million in the transfer market. This could be a better and cheaper option for Chelsea. It will enable the club to save a lot of cash that they could have spent in signing Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.
Last season he scored 33 goals and provided 10 assists in just 48 appearances in all competitions and helped his club gain promotion to the Premier League for the first time. However, Chelsea will have to tussle it out with Everton if they want to sign the highly-rated striker this summer.
Tuchel is yet to make his first signing since taking over from Frank Lampard in January. Tuchel topmost target this summer is signing a striker for the club to try and solve their scoring issues.
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