Chelsea football club are back again on business after they spent alot last summer in their attacking players. The club spent more than £200 million to bring in alot of attacking players. Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and Hakim Ziyech, were the options for the blues boss Frank Lampard who was chelsea manager by then. It is now turn for Thomas Tuchel's to sort out his problem as he replaced the legend during midseason.
Harry Kane is one of the Strikers who is among the options of the manager. Apart from Kane their is Romelu Lukaku, Robert Leandoswki and Borusia dotmund striker Eaarling Haaland. Chelsea forward have been very poor in terms of netting the goals inspite of many chances which come across.
Inorder for thee blues to bring in Harry Kane they have to free some individuals for funds reinforcement. Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud might be the target out this summer. For more EPl and Chelsea News please comment like share and Click Follow button.
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