The West londoners have reportedly lost their first match under new manger Thomas Tuchel.
The blues lost to West Brom 2 : 5 at the Stamford bridge this afternoon, after Christian Pulisic struck in the 27 minutes to put them in front before West Brom Matheus Pereira equalized minutes before half time and scored another, seconds later to put the visitors up front before half time whistle.
According to report,Chelsea are reportedly considering to make a £78m move for Bundesliga top goal scorer in the summer.
Die Schwarzgelben (The Black and Yellows) will be powerless to keep hold of the Norway international if any team activates a release clause which goes live in 2022.
However, according to report, the Blues are determined to win the race for the emerging star by signing him at the end of the campaign despite offers coming in from Manchester City, Real Madrid, and FC Barcelona.
€110m rated, Erling Haaland has scored 21 goals in 22 bundesliga matches and provided 5 major assist.
In other news, the blues are considering move for Halland’s teammate Jadon Sancho but they will face stiff competition from their arch rivals Liverpool and Manchester United.
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