CHELSEA CONSIDERING SWOOP FOR AUSTRIAN STRIKER

European champions Chelsea are considering making a move for tall striker SasaKalajdzicthis summer. According to the Daily Mail, Austrian international Kaladjzic is seen as an alternative if Chelsea don't sign prime target ErlingHaaland.

West London giants Chelsea are prepared to wait till the latter stages of this summer's transfer window to see if they would be able to break Borussia Dortmund and their resolve to keep Norwegian international Haalandat the club beyond this summer. Dortmund have always maintained that Haaland is not for sale especially after losing the services of Jadon Sancho to Manchester United in a £73m deal.

MALDINI CONFIRMS CHELSEA'S STRIKER ARRIVAL

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has finally left the Blues and will link up with Italian Serie A giants after finally deciding that he would no longer continue his career at Stamford Bridge. Giroud was a bit-part player for Chelsea last season as Thomas Tuchel preferred to use him in selected games with Timo Werner being his preferred option up front. The France international attacker was so close to leaving Chelsea last summer but the move was blocked by the Blues as they were not able to find a replacement for him. Inter Milan were the club that almost signed him last summer but he has now joined their rivals, AC Milan.

WILL CHELSEA SIGN ANY PLAYER THIS SUMMER?

The summer transfer window is still open for business but it remains to be unclear whether or not Chelsea will be signing any player. Although it's still a long time before the window gets shut, the Blues have not really made any concrete move to sign any player so far. The Stamford Bridge club were linked to the signing of Inter Milan defender Achraf Hakimi and were said to be close to be wrapping up the deal but the Moroccan defender has already agreed a deal in principle to join French Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

CHELSEA TABLE OFFICIAL BID FOR INTER MILAN STAR

Following the recent sale of England international defender Fikayo Tomori by Chelsea, the Blues have now started the hunt to sign a new defender in the summer transfer window as they look to bolster their defensive ranks before the new season starts in August. Tomori spent the past season on loan at Italian Serie A giants AC Milan and after successfully impressing the club's manager and owners, they decided to make his stay in Italy a permanent one. He cost the Rossoneri a sum of £28.5 million and he has been tipped to have a bright career in Italy.

TUCHEL TO GET £150M TRANSFER WARCHEST THIS SUMMER

It is expected to be a very busy yet interesting transfer window this summer with many clubs already preparing to make their moves when the transfer market officially opens. Clubs from the English Premier League, the Italian Serie A, the German Bundesliga, the French Ligue 1, and the Spanish La Liga are all expected to pull heavy resources and try to sign their targets in the summer, and that alone will be very interesting to see.

Premier League club Chelsea have emerged as one of the clubs that will be heavily involved in the summer because while they will make some additions to the squad, they could also be letting go of some of their current players as well. According to the London Evening News, Chelsea will be letting go of the likes of Tammy Abraham, Olivier Giroud, Emerson Palmieri, Marcos Alonso, and other players who have not been mentioned yet.

CAN CHELSEA WIN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE?

English Premier League side Chelsea are slowly sailing toward a UEFA Champions League final and all that stands in their way right now is Real Madrid, the team that they will have to come against in one mode leg of the semi-final encounter. Chelsea have set a reputation for themselves as one of the best teams of the competition and even though no one saw it coming earlier in the season, they have now emerged as huge favorites to lift the title.

Much of the success they've enjoyed in Europe could well be as a result of the fact that they switched managers, with new manager Thomas Tuchel giving them a new identity since being appointed as the club's new boss.

Pages

Subscribe to Support Chelsea RSS