Chelsea sacrifices 11 players … in order to obtain the “golden boy”!


Chelsea Football Club has set its sights on signing the Norwegian star Erling Haaland, the top scorer of the German team Borussia Dortmund, in the upcoming summer transfer period, by various means.
According to the British newspaper “Daily Star”, the Chelsea team is ready to sell 11 or 12 of its players to contract with Haaland, nicknamed “the golden boy”, during the upcoming summer transfer period.
The London team plans to obtain an amount of 200 million pounds sterling, from the sale of 12 players, an amount that would be enough to win a bet against its rivals in the contract struggle with the 20-year-old young Norwegian star.
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea FC, does not mind selling both players: Tammy Abraham, whose market value is estimated at 40 million pounds, and whose services West Ham United and Leicester City are interested in, and Curt Zuma (30 million pounds) may go to Everton, and Milan seems ready to give up the 25 million pounds penalty clause in the loan deal for the player Vicayo Tomori, in addition to Robin Loftus-Cheek (25 million pounds), Ross Barclay (20 million pounds), Michy Batshuayi (15 1 million pounds), Davide Zappacosta (10 million pounds), Nigerian Victor Moses on loan to Spartak Moscow (8 million pounds), Ghanaian Baba Rahman (7 million pounds), Kennedy (5 million pounds), Danny Drinkwater (5 million £ 1) and Ike Ogbo (£ 5m).
The “golden boy” Erling Haaland, whose market value is estimated at 110 million euros, enjoys the attention of top European clubs, after he impressed remarkably with Borussia Dortmund, who scored 33 goals for him in 34 matches, including 10 in seven matches in the Champions League. For football this season.
For its part, the Spanish newspaper “Mundo Deportivo” reported that Haaland’s future with Borussia Dortmund is related to whether or not the team qualifies for the Champions League next season.
Mundo Deportivo said in a report on Wednesday that Borussia Dortmund wants to keep its young star Haaland for at least one season, but to do so, he will have to qualify for the Champions League next season.
The report added that if this is not achieved, Dortmund will not accept dispensing with the “golden boy” for less than 150 million euros, despite the presence of a clause in the player’s contract that gives him the right to leave in the summer of 2022 for only half of this amount.
Borussia Dortmund is currently ranked fifth in the German Bundesliga, just one point ahead of fourth-placed Eintracht Frankfurt, three rounds before the end of the season.


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