Chelsea football club are yet to make any signing in the summer transfer window with speculations stating they are preparing their finances before submitting bids for targets.
This is contrary to last summer transfer window where Frank Lampard was handed a £250 million transfer kitty to spend on various players he was targeting.
The club's board has been working on releasing some players first to create space and also get more funds to enable Thomas Tuchel sign some players.
According to the football insider and Telegraph sports news reports, Chelsea are preparing to make a move for their top target.
The reports claim that Chelsea are prepared to submit a first offer of around £130 million to Borusia Dortmund for the star striker.
This would be the club's record signing which Roman Abramovic wants to be made before the summer transfer window is shut.
However, Borusia Dortmund will be tough in negotiations as they have plans for the striker for the 2021/2022 season.
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