Chelsea signed a couple of attackers in the last summer transfer window that ended October 2020, notably Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz, and Timo Werner, of which they have failed to live up to expectations.
However, Chelsea have been linked with a couple of attackers in recent times, in an attempt to bolster their attacking option in summer.
The English man Rio Ferdinand said: "I think Tammy will be putting himself in there but again he has to get fit and stay fit. But I think the levels of this club at the moment, I think they’ll go into the market to buy an out-and-out No.9.
‘Haaland is the one who’s on everyone’s lips, he’s the player in form. A lot of clubs are sitting there thinking, ‘if we get him that takes us from being a contender to actually having a real chance of winning, a proper contender."
Erling Haaland joined Borrussia Dortmund from RB Salzburg during 2019/20 winter transfer window, and he has established himself as a vital player at Borrussia Dortmund, having scored 19 goals and created 5 assists out of 20 Bundesliga matches.
If Chelsea could secure him in summer, he would be a long-term option at Stamford Bridge, considering his young age and great scoring ability.
Moreover, Real Madrid are also keeping close tabs on the youngster, therefore, Chelsea needs to step up their game to secure the services of £90million rated Erling Haaland in summer.
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