Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich opens up on Erling Haaland’s £127m deal

It is reported that Chelsea boss Roman Abramovich is obsessed with the idea of ​​signing Dortmund’s frontman Erling Haaland at the summer transfer window, but he will face Manchester United and Manchester City. The idea of ​​a fierce competition for the Norwegian international competition.

In the current World Football Championship, Haaland is the most respected player in the world, and Real Madrid and Barcelona are also eager to get the 130 million rated 20-year-old player. Since then, the Norwegian has scored 49 goals in 51 games for Dortmund. Joined from Austrian champion Red Bull Salzburg in January 2020.

Due to his contribution, Dortmund is eager not to lose Haaland, but if they do not qualify for next year’s UEFA Champions League, their status may be weakened, even if they do qualify. The same is true for the Bundesliga or winning this year’s European Championship. It is expected that the Dortmund player will have to boycott Chelsea, which is expected to become one of the clubs.

According 90 minutes, Abramovich is eager to sign Haaland this summer, even though he has to nearly double Chelsea’s record transfer fee to sign the striker.

Dortmund wants £127m (150m) for the signature of Haaland, but it remains to be seen whether the club will bid for the services of the players. In addition to Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero becoming a free agent with this summer

If the Blues are defeated by Manchester United, Manchester City or one of the Spanish giants to sign Haaland, Inter Milan’s former Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is called potential plan B.

The Londoners most need a new center forward. Their top goalscorers in the Premier League this season, Jorginho and Tammy Abraham have only six goals.

Kai Havertz and Timo Werner had a difficult debut season at Stamford Bridge and worked hard to provide goals to help Chelsea, Push to the championship battle. According to the 90-minute report, Chelsea believes that neither is considered an excessive forward, so despite spending more than 200 million pounds last summer, it still hopes to continue to strengthen its squad

Source :The Express

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