Dortmund star Erling Haaland and Bayern Munchen key player Robert Lewandoski are the potential target for the south west London side as Tuchel considers adding to his attacking options at Stamford Bridge after their striker Timo Werner missed a lot of scoring chances last season In addition the blues have also allowed their key striker Olivier Giroud to leave Stamford Bridge.
The 20-year-old Dortmund striker is widely regarded as one of European football’s most promising attacking players.
Haaland netted a staggering 37 goals and made eight assists in all competitions for Dortmund last season and he has been linked to move away from the German side this summer. Another option for the blues is Antonio Griezman from Barcelona whom also Manchester city have shown interest.
However It remains to be seen whether the blues will be able to conclude a deal to sign any player this summer or not because the transfer window is coming to an end yet they have not signed any player after take over by new manager Thomas Tuchel
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