Italian sends £105m message, Chelsea given green light to sign hitman, Lewandowski heading to Premier League? Chelsea told target has big future in game

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If Bayern Munich sell striker Robert Lewandowski this summer, it would be to a Premier League club, which will alert the likes of Chelsea.

It is no secret that boss Thomas Tuchel is lacking a goal-scorer up top that has the ability to find the net on a regular basis, as Timo Werner has not scored the goals that many had hoped for.

And with reports suggesting that Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud may depart the club at the end of the season, there has been a whole list of players already linked with a move to the Premier League giants, and Lewandowksi is one of them.

The 32-year-old remains one of the deadliest goalscorers in the world, netting 36 goals in the Bundesliga in just 26 appearances this campaign while also carrying a heavy workload in the Champions League.

Lewandowski’s current Bayern contract runs until 2023, but his agent is pushing for a renewal to be agreed for him to stay at Bayern for the next few seasons, but no deal has been sorted just yet.

But despite the speculation that he could end up in France or La Liga, Lewandowski’s next destination might be in England, as SportBild claims the striker’s agent will apply pressure on Bayern Munich to either put together a lucrative contract extension or sell him to a team that can afford his wages, likely in the Premier League.

There are only a handful of clubs in world football that would be able to pay his wages right now, most of them in the Premier League, so if he does leave Bayern in the summer, there will surely be a big scramble to get his services signed.

Fresh reports have claimed that Roman Abramovic has given the green light for Chelsea to sign Romelu Lukaku in the summer window.

With the likes of Timo Werner, Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud all failing to impress in front of goal this season, It is pretty clear that the German coach wants to add a premium striker to the attack.

Erling Haaland has been the name most linked with a move to Stamford Bridge as the young man has become one of the most sought after players in world football, but the club will face strong competition from several rivals across Europe including Real Madrid and Manchester City.

And according to recent reports, we now view Lukaku as the ‘most achievable’ target for the upcoming window and are now accelerating plans to re-sign the Belgium international

Now the Daily Express website has claimed that Abramovic has given his full backing to Tuchel to bring Lukaku to the Premier League in the summer, even at that massive £105 million asking price

The club wanted to re-sign Lukaku in 2017 when they were managed by the now Inter boss Antonio Conte, But United snuck in at the last minute to seal a deal for the striker, but now that Abramovic wants that Premier League title back, he is ready to pay the big money to get a deal done.

If the reports are true and Abramovic has given the green light for a deal to happen, Lukaku is a man that would be a very good signing for the club.

Chelsea target Odsonne Edouard has been tipped by Sky Sports pundit Andy Walker to have a “terrific career” in the game

Despite all the fire-power that Thomas Tuchel has had at his disposal this season and despite all the creativity that he has in that midfield, we have struggled for goals from their strike-force.

Tammy Abraham has struggled in front of goal, Olivier Giroud is ready to leave and Timo Werner has not been that big impact player that many had hoped for, although his performances on the pitch should warrant more goals.

And there is some speculation that he will look to the board in the summer to hand him some funds to add another scorer to the attack, and Edouard has been mentioned as a possible signing for the club.

Even though he hasn’t been at his best this season, he’s still netted 20 goals in all competitions for Celtic, including 16 in the Scottish Premiership, plus six assists and he has been one of Celtic’s standout players over the years, registering 81 goals and 37 assists in green and white.

“Celtic have had a rotten season but Odsonne Edouard is still the top goal scorer in Scotland,” he wrote on Sky Sports

“He has all the ability, great close control, can move his feet so quickly and happy to go right or left to get a shot away. I think he is one that will go onto have a terrific career.”

Look, the asking price for Edouard is just £15 million and for a striker that is proving himself to be a deadly striker, he could be a very good option for Tuchel next season

Chelsea linked Romelu Lukaku has hinted that he wants to stay at Inter Milan during the summer transfer window.

‘I am so happy for all the Inter fans in the world, for the team, the staff, the president and everyone,’ Lukaku told Sky Sport Italia after Atalanta failed to beat Sassuolo.

‘It was a wonderful year for us, I am truly proud to play for Inter

‘I wanted to come out here and celebrate along with the people. I told my friend this was the best way to experience it, to be there with the fans.

‘For me and many of my teammates, this is our first league title, so it’s a moment we wanted to share with them.’

Even though the Italian clubs are financially struggling, only a stunning offer should see the powerhouse leave the club in the summer

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