Chelsea is looking for a center forward for next season and shuffles a short list with only two names: Erling Haaland and Romelu Lukaku.
The English team is not satisfied with the performance of Timo Werner, who missed a clear chance to score in the first leg of the semifinals against Real Madrid, and would look for a ‘killer’ to further strengthen his team.
In the case of Haaland, the English press emphasizes that Chelsea does not see his signing feasible, however they see more possibilities in the case of Lukaku.
The Belgian was already at the Stamford Bridge club when he started to emerge, but the 'blues' loaned him to West Bromwich and Everton before transferring him to the Goodison Park team.
Now, fully trained and after signing 27 goals in 40 games this season, it sounds again to land at Chelsea. According to The Sun, the 'blues' are preparing an offer of more than 100 million euros for the Inter forward.
To finance the operation, the English have opened the door to Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud. The economic troubles of the Italian team could help and cause the sale of the Belgian, although Antonio Conte would prioritize getting rid of other pieces before that of his star striker.