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Just In: Chelsea advised to sign £64m Erling Haaland copy as Lewandowski edge closer to Barcelona

Just In: Chelsea advised to sign £64m Erling Haaland copy as Lewandowski edge closer to Barcelona

Chelsea will be looking forward to structure and rebuild it’s team against the coming season as new owner is about to emerge and some players considering exit.

The blue currently can not engage in transfer discussion considering the ban on the Billionaire owner which gave Chelsea a sale deadline of this month May.

But a legal resolution has been found regarding the £1.6BN loan owed to a trust which is pending the sale, meaning that the Government can now approve the sale of Chelsea.

As per the Times, the Government can now approve the sale of Chelsea after a legal resolution has been found.

Chelsea German defender, Antonio Rudiger, Azpilicueta, Andrea Christensen and possibly Timo Werner are players reportedly considering exit

In search of a good finishers, Chelsea signed Romelu Lukaku after several failed attempt to sign Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland, but, he has show the energy as that he shown with inter Milan which is giving Chelsea a necessity to consider bringing in another striker

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Chelsea are among the Premier League sides that have been advised about the situation of Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski ahead of the summer transfer window, according to reports.

The forward is said to want to depart the Bundesliga club in search of a new challenge.

The 33-year-old has expressed his desire to leave Bayern Munich this summer and will not be extending his contract which expires in just over a year’s time.

After eight trophy-laden years with Bayern, Lewandowski is keen to seek pastures new and will consider his options ahead of the 2022-23 campaign.

Barca are believed to be keen to bring Lewandowski to Catalonia, with one report claiming that they could sell Frenkie de Jong to help fund a move for the Poland international.

Robert Lewandowski’s agent has reportedly bought shirts from Barcelona’s club shop with his client’s name printed on the back, amid speculation over a move to Camp Nou.

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Chelsea have tried to sign the all time best striker three consecutive time but failed and have developed yet another interest in bring the star to premier league side this summer

According to journalist Gerard Romero, Lewandowski’s agent Pini Zahavi has been teasing Barca fans after buying 10 shirts from the club’s official store in Paseo de Gracia with the player’s name printed on the back.

The striker also have the ambition of moving to the La Liga giant, Barcelona, which is a major blow to Chelsea. Robert Lewandowski may not be available for Chelsea still at this time.

Erling Haaland could have been a good alternative for the blue that could have stop them from rivaey Barcelona for Robert Lewandowski

Erling Haaland remains the primary transfer target for every elite European club in the summer, pulling off a deal for the most sought-after forward in the world is easier said than done – especially considering the financials but Manchester City has succeeded in acquiring the professional striker

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As per a new report by Goal.com, Chelsea are advised with a ‘shortlist’ of alternative strikers that the club have ‘watched’ in action and can deliver on need, such as Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix and Benfica’s Darwin Nunez.

While Joao Felix’s stock has significantly dropped since last season, the Portuguese international perhaps fits the false nine mould more than every available forward in the market.

Darwin Nunez on the other hand continues to tear it up at Benfica, with 15 goals and two assists in 16 league appearances for the Portuguese giants so far this season, and unsurprisingly, remains an exciting transfer target on the Sky Blues’ books.

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