Chelsea have been handed a real boost in their pursuit to try and sign Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland in the summer transfer window by Gunnar Halle.
Haaland is a player that has been in the headlines alot of the past few weeks, with all the games biggest clubs now looking to pay his £100 million asking price in the summer to possibly get a deal done.
It is no secret that we will be in the market for a new striker in the summer, because despite all their quality in attack, they do not have a striker that is able to score 30-goals a season like Haaland can
Big-money bids for the hottest of prospects are now being mooted with Premier League sides seemingly leading the chase, and Halle – who is a coach in Norway’s youth set-up – concedes the Leeds-born starlet may be considering a return to England.
Helle told the Daily Starwhen quizzed on the speculation: “It’s difficult to say, with the Spanish and English interest there are so many things now that have to be considered with his agent and everything, and the money of course will be quite a lot!
“I think a little bit of his heart will be in England because his dad was playing there with Leeds and City, but also his connection with Ole Gunnar, so I think his Dad will maybe play a part.”
There is no doubt that we have the financial power and the fact they are one of the biggest clubs in world football to tempt the player to Stamford Bridge, and if Roman Abramovic really wants the striker, he will make a deal happen.
And at the end of the day, he would be the icing on top of a very good attack here at the Bridge.
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