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Chelsea can't be stopped with this player in thier line up.

By MeetFab | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 12480 views

Chelsea football club made many signings during the summer as they spent over 200million bringing in the likes of; Timo Werner from RB liepzig, Hakeem Ziyech from Ajax, Ben Chilwell from Leicester city, Eduoard Mendy from Stade Rennes and even Kai Harvetz from Bayern Leverkusen.

Many Chelsea fans were not impressed with the performances of most of those players brought in by Frank Lampard. Players such as Kai Harvetz and Timo Werner failed to live up to expectations as they didn't score many goals or even assisted other goals as well, this had many fans blaming former player and the club's all time top scorer Frank Lampard for not making good signings.

Due to this reason, Frank Lampard was sacked by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and former Dortmund and PSG manager Thomas Tuchel was brought in to replace the Englishman in January.

Thomas Tuchel has since impressed after 3 games; he won 2 and Drew 1, and likes of Kai Harvetz and Timo Werner has shown signs of improvement since then.

Chelsea are now making huge offers for Norwegian and Dortmund striker Eiling Halaand who was signed from RB Salzburg last January transfer window.

Reports has it that the deal between both clubs are almost signed and if a fee is agreed and Halaand happens to become a Chelsea player, it will be a great business by the Londoners.

Halaand who made his debut for German side Dortmund last season scored twice from the bench, and has since been scoring multiple goals as he is seen as a future star striker in Europe, probably a future balon d or contester.

If Chelsea can clinch this deal and Halaand teams up with the likes of Ziyech and Pulisic up front, it will be almost unstoppable for other EPL teams to stop them and I can only say Thomas Tuchel days of success are just getting started if this deal fell through.

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