Chelsea told star ‘would be a great signing’

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CHELSEA have been told to try to sign attacking star Harry Kane from Tottenham in the summer window

After weeks of speculation and rumours – the club managed to complete a loan deal for the talented Joao Felix that would see the talented attacker stay at the club until the end of the season.

The Blues have an option to make that loan switch more permanent – although the Spaniards wants close to £120 million – but there is a feeling that we need to make sure that they sign a striker that could bang in at least 30 goals a season.

Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig is expected to arrive after a fee was agreed earlier this season between the clubs. Despite the attacking changes, the club are looking to bolster the forward line even more and former Blues winger Florent Malouda has told the club to sign Harry Kane.

He told DAZN Bet: CHELSEA should definitely join the race for Harry Kane. Kane is a world-class player who knows the Premier League, and it is an era where Chelsea need a striker with his goalscoring record and the ambition to win trophies. If Kane ever leaves Tottenham, it will be because of the lack of trophies.

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‘Kane would be a great signing, but I’d be surprised if he left Tottenham for Chelsea because of the rivalry. It’s not like leaving Tottenham for Arsenal, but to leave Tottenham for Chelsea, I’d be surprised but anything is possible.

“He’s a great option for any club in the Premier League, and for Chelsea he’d be a great pick.”

IcChelseanews View…

This is surely the last season that Tottenham fans will see Kane in that Shirt – it is about time that he leaves the club to win some silverware.

We would love him here – but cant see it happening.

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