Chelsea's transfer mistakes could repeat itself again this summer, following their interests in signing the Borussia Dortmund goal 'machinery' Erling Halaand. Accoding to reports from London Football, the Blues have already set an initial offer for the striker which is about £77 million. The Blues owner Roman Abramovic has also revealed his interest in funding the youngster's move to West London.
This comes in at the time when the West Londonners are seen not to be ready for contract extension negotiations for their top strikers, Tammy Abraham and Oliver Giroud. They are more interested in bringing in Haaland whom they see as the perfect solution of their poor striking force. Letting Tammy Abraham out is tipped to be a similar mistake as the previous ones that the club has been doing in transfers.
The offloading of Abraham and addition of Haaland is predicted to be a similar case mistake as to Kevin De Bruyne and Mohammed Salah which Chelsea did earlier on. The two players are currently the top players in Europe and the whole world and it could be the same with Tammy Abraham. On other side, Haaland is not guaranteed to come and solve out the current problem because the English Premier League and Bundesliga are totally different leagues.
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