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Guardiola will regret allowing Chelsea to sign Erling Haaland unchallenged



Chelsea reportedly believe that they can land Erling Haaland this summer, with club board ready to splash some cash on the Borussia Dortmund striker.

With just over a month to go until the start of the new English Premier League season, club director, Maria Granovskaia is keen to bolster the club’s striking department.

Indeed, the ‘London-club’ would be going for quality players in a bid to become a genuine title challenger. Although, Chelsea have been slow in their transfer dealings, with the club yet to make their first signing.

However, for big-name club like Chelsea, the summer transfer window can be the turning point.

But, while some fans are beginning to grow a little restless over the current transfer plans, however, Maria Granovskaia is ‘working’ on signing Erling Haaland for the club.

According to “SkySport” report, the Blues are locked in ‘advance talk’ with Dortmund, and Chelsea will be hoping to get a £150 million deal over the line.

Meanwhile, unlike Timo Werner, who missed several goal-scoring opportunities for Chelsea last season – the quality of Erling Haaland in front of goal is remarkable.

Haaland is a ‘goal-poacher’ – with excellent technique and athleticism.

Likewise, Erling Haaland’s physicality is one of the reason why the 20-year-old striker is one of the most sourt-after youngster in the game, having scored an incredible 40 goals in 43 games.

Now that Chelsea seems to be getting closer to their first signing, many of their rivals would definitely be giltry about his goal-scoring quality.

Therefore, the ball appears to be in the Blues’ court and they just need to strike the right note to get the deal done.

Signing Erling Haaland is a dream for almost every Chelsea supporter, but the big question is that, can he ‘light-up’ the Premier League?

If the deal is finally completed, Pep Guardiola and other managers in the English Premier League will regret not challenging Chelsea on the signing of the goal machine.


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