Chelsea hoping to use Tammy Abraham to help Borussia Dortmund bargain for Erling Haaland
All eyes are on the 20-year-old Norwegian this summer as he is expected to make a big move to one of the wealthiest clubs in Europe.
Real Madrid, PSG and both Manchester clubs have shown great interest in youngsters, but Chelsea are looking to hit the market this year.
Holland has an estimated market value of €100 million which continues to grow.
Do Chelsea need Haaland?
The forward had another stellar season for Borussia Dortmund where he won the Bundesliga Player of the Season award.
He scored 27 goals and six assists in just 28 matches as well as being in excellent form in the Champions League.
Instead, Chelsea struggle this year in front of target Timo Werner, a huge source of concern for them.
Werner was preferred over the more Premier League experienced Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham.
The German scored only six goals in 35 league matches this year, with easy misses becoming a regular occurrence for him.
If Haaland were to come in European champions, Werner could have found a new role on the wing or as a support for the larger Norwegian.
According to The Telegraph, Chelsea are making a possible move for Erling Haaland but are aware they may need to pay more than £150m for him. pic.twitter.com/mJdhPHooTj
— goal (@goal) 8 June 2021
Tammy Abraham had a tough 2020/2021 season, fighting for a spot on the bench with Giroud.
Since Thomas Tuchel became Chelsea’s manager, Abraham has rarely started, still managing to score six goals this season.
The Englishman is only 23 years old and a new club could bring life to his career.
His current market value of €40 million would save the Blues a lot of money acquiring Haaland.
Dortmund could also offer him a chance to meet fellow English youngsters Sancho and Bellingham if they do not leave by the end of the summer.
The move will benefit both sides but will Hollande choose to play in London’s Blue Side.
Dreams come true Champions of Europe! pic.twitter.com/VoUDHL9bFs
— tammy abraham (@tammybraham) May 29, 2021
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