Haaland is considered more of a priority now after Chelsea lifted the UCL trophy
The 20-year-old has drawn attentions from several top flight teams including Chelsea and Real Madrid but it’s vivid Chelsea remain the most probable side.
Earlier on Monday, reports revealed Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovic has agreed to fund the striker’s arrival as he is seen as the missing piece of Tuchel‘s striking line.
Dormtund could likely get their desired amount paid in full or Chelsea could try to suppress the cost either by negotiating or offering Tammy Abraham or Callum Hudson-Odoi in a swap deal.
Be it as it may, the fact remains Haaland is now considered a priority and could be Tuchel’s first summer signing.
Chelsea Director, Marina Granovskaia is reportedly also set to meet with Erling Haaland’s father in the coming days.
The meeting which will be solely based on discussing the former Salzburg man’s interest which play a vital role in seeing the arrival of this talent to Stamford Bridge.
Dormtund want a whopping £170m but Chelsea have been revealed willing to pay as much as £156m to see to his arrival.
Also he could be earning as much as £300k per week at Stamford Bridge.