07/22/2021 at 7:44 PM CEST
With all the press speculating about the possibility of Robert Lewandowski As a possible ‘blue’ signing, the Polish striker seems to be aware of the interest and has let those around him fall that he would not frown upon leaving, aware of the great opportunity it would be to play in England at the highest level. Chelsea would offer him that possibility, and everything is very advanced.
In principle it had been commented that Erling Haaland was the priority signing for this summer after another sensational season in front of goal at Borussia Dortmund, but the refusal of the German club to let him out forced the ‘blues’ to go for other names that could be the new owners of the goals at Stamford Bridge.
Lewandowski is one of the players rumored to be of interest to Tuchel and Marina Granovskaia, the sports director of the London club.
THE MONEY IS ON THE TABLE
In fact, According to ‘The Sun’, Granovskaia itself is negotiating with the Munich club. Chelsea are preparing a £ 50 million offer for Lewandowski, who has about two years left on his contract with Bayern. The Bundesliga champions are said to want the Pole to sign a new contract at the Allianz Arena. Nonetheless, the 32-year-old is eager to embark on a “new adventure & rdquor; that it would be a passage through the Premier League.
Chelsea have a few more options on their list, but understand that the further they go down, the greater the risk in terms of fixing their scoring problems towards the end of last season. Timo Werner and Kai Havertz give the team a lot of play, but the ‘9’ is missing who knows how to capitalize on what they create from behind.
Right now Tuchel is in the process of ‘transforming’ that reality, changing names to give way to those who were there and welcome the forward who comes. After Olivier Giroud left the club, Tammy Abraham could follow, but the £ 40m asking price has slowed the market around her.
Meanwhile, conversations with Christensen and Rudiger about new contracts are not progressing even though they have less than a year on their current agreements. At the moment it is not planned to sign in that area, but it is not ruled out.