The economic impact of the Corona virus as well as the failure of the proposes now European super league means there will be less money for clubs to throw around in the transfer market this summer. Players like Erling Haaland may end up not making moves because of enormous price tags. It is reported that Chelsea are interested in signing the Dortmund striker, however, his club will only listen to offers Northward of £150 million. Chelsea are understood to be unwilling to cough up such an amount on a single player and have earmarked four alternatives to the Dortmund man.
According to reports, Chelsea could sign Union Berlin forward Max Kruse. The 33 year old has managed an impressive ten goals in just 16 league games for the German side this season. Another candidate is Simy, who plays for Crotone. The 6ft6 forward has totalled an impressive 16 league goals in Serie A this season and is only behind the duo of Ronaldo and Lukaku in the golden boot race.
Similarly, Mattia Destro is another forward the blues should be looking at. He has netted 10 goals in 23 league appearances for Genoa this season. Finally, Chelsea could swoop for AC Milan midfielder Frank Kessie. The midfield man is just as potent as any striker having scored ten league goals this season and his value is estimated at £45 million.
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