Chelsea's heartbreaking offer for Erling Haaland, which will be the Premier League record

By Alexis Almosnino

Chelsea's heartbreaking offer for Erling Haaland, which will be the Premier League record

Roman Abramovich, owner of the English club, is targeting the attacker of Borussia Dortmund and the Norwegian national team. Yes, it would be the second most expensive signing in history.

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Despite his 20 years, Erling Haaland is the wish of many great teams in European football. To the interest of Real Madrid, Chelsea has already joined: the English club that would be willing to pay 175 million euros to take over the services of the Borussia Dortmund striker.

According to information from the German daily Bild, Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea since the 2003 season, is willing to pay a record amount for the London club, current Champions League champions. The offer would lead to Haaland being the second most expensive player in history, after what PSG paid for Neymar a few seasons ago. In the blue club they are sure that the offer will be accepted by the German team.

So that the operation can be carried out, Chelsea are looking to make a little cash with the sales of Tammy Abraham, Hudson Odoi and Hakim Ziyech, footballers with whom they hope to have an income of more than 60 million euros.

However, and if the operation takes place, it will be a huge loss for Borussia Dortmund, which little by little begins to shed their figures. The English team forward Jadon Sancho, a great hope for British football, will leave his club Borussia Dortmund to sign for Manchester United, in a transfer of 85 million euros (about 100 million dollars), the German club announced on Thursday.

Borussia Dortmund indicates in a statement having reached an agreement for the English club to pay a "transfer compensation set at 85 million euros" for the departure of the 21-year-old player. The duration of the contract with United was not specified, but according to the German media, the player signed for five years.


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