Abramovic contact to sign Italian, Boss delighted with latest Chelsea transfer deal, Lamps told Haaland to leave Dortmund, Havertz and Werner to be next Hazard?

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Abramovic contacts Allegri, Brown deal delights boss, Haaland to move, Havertz and Werner to be like Hazard in Chelsea roundup…

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovic has reported contacted Max Allegri about a possible move to Stamford Bridge

Despite some good performances from the side, Frank Lampard has seen his job come under intense pressure over the past few months, as he simply cannot get the results that Abramovic would like, and Allegri is a manager that he is reportedly keen on.

Allegri left Juventus just a few seasons ago after leading the club to his fifth straight Seria A title, and has reportedly set his sights on making the move to the Premier League, with some reports even claiming that he is already learning English.

Now the SUN have claimed that Abramovic has started planning for life after Lampard and has already made contact with Allegri about a move to the Bridge, although the report also suggest that he will give Lampard some time before ousting the club legend.

The news comes just a few hours after Arsenal legend Paul Merson urged the club  to give Frank Lampard ‘a chance’ to prove himself.

Writing for Sky Sports, he said: “Lampard did a great job last year, and it’s the first time he has worked with world-class players.

“Give him a chance.”

MK Dons Manager Russell Martin has announced just how delighted he is to have signed Charlie Brown from Chelsea.

In 108 appearances for their Under-23s, Under-19s and Under-18s, Brown scored 53 goals and provided 12 assists, contributing to a goal every 87 minutes, but he was n ever going to be given a shot on the first-team as they have too much quality ahead of him.

So now he has made the permanent move to the Dons, and new manager Russell has opened up and revealed just how delighted he is to see the young attacker make the move, he told the club website: “Charlie is someone we’ve been monitoring for a while now and when it transpired that we could sign him, we jumped at the chance.

“He’s shown a lot of intent to come and play for MK Dons – turning down some more lucrative offers because he believes in what we’re doing here.

“I believe the way we play and the culture we’re building will suit him really well. He’s scored a lot of goals at youth level but I believe we can improve him even further.

“In the long term, he’s going to be a very, very good signing for the Football Club and I’m confident, once we get him up to speed, he will help us in the short-term as well.”

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Chelsea target Erling Haaland is set to leave Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season.

Haaland is easily one of the most in-demand players in the game right now and has already netted 19-goals this season for Dortmund, a number that puts him up with some of the most deadly strikers in world football right now.

Now, according to Cat Radio, the striker’s kingping Mino Raiola is on the lookout for his next club, with the reports suggesting that the big striker has told his agent to start looking for his next club.

The news will come as a massive boost to our chances of getting a deal done, as we are reportedly massive fans of the big man and would like to try and bring him to the side in the next couple of windows.

The club have recently been told that they would win the Premier League if the were able to get a deal done for Haaland.

Gabby Agbonlahor recently told talkSPORT: “He’s the most complete striker out there for me. We’re talking about Premier League clubs wanting him; I think Bayern Munich or Real Madrid are the favourites to get him.

“I feel like Borussia Dortmund can ask for whatever they want. If you’re talking about £100million for Sancho, you’re talking £180m for Haaland.

“You’re talking ridiculous money. He’ll be the most expensive player ever when he leaves Dortmund because he’s getting better.

“He’s learning, he looks hungry. He’s not happy just to be at Dortmund and score goals, he’s trying to improve his game and he’s going to get better and better.

“You look at the Premier League teams that could do with him now; Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, they could all do with him.

“What would he do for any of those clubs now? If they had him in January, whoever signed him would win the league.”

Frank Lampard has tipped Timo Werner and Kai Havertz to shine at Stamford Bridge like Eden Hazard before them, despite their early struggles.

Both Havertz and Werner were the two big summer signings of last summer after the club managed to beat off a whole bunch of clubs to get a transfer deal done for the pair.

They shone in the Bundesliga and scored goals for fun, but since their move to the premier League, they have not had the same kind of impact on the squad, which has led to alot of people believing that they will not be good enough to compete in the English game.

But after the pair shone against Morecombe at the weekend, Lampard has opened up and tipped the German pair to go on and become a legend Like Hazard was. He told talkSPORT: “The people that question them should look at other top players that have come at a young age to this country.

“Eden Hazard is a great example… he came here and became one of our greater players ever.

“It’s not an easy transition to this league. It’s a hard league.

“I think people that question them should give them time because they are great lads and we signed them for now and the future.

“I understand the questions as it’s the world we live in. They will prove to be big players for the club.”

There is no doubt that these two players have the quality and ability to go on and become two world class players for the club , they just need patients and time.

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