Thomas Tuchel will be given a £150 million boost to shop for a new striker in the summer transfer window this summer with a long term deal in place for him.
Chelsea will be looking to make some moves this summer which will also see players going out with the likes of Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud might likely make that move.
A £150 million fee will be given to Thomas Tuchel for him to make new signings with the Chelsea manager looking to get a striker who can help in scoring goals next season.
Timo Werner was brought in by Frank Lampard to get the goals but so far he has been unable to get the job done which also led to him before sacked until Thomas Tuchel was brought in to replace him.
Chelsea are currently after Romelu Lukaku and Erling Haaland who might be the solution to their goal scoring issues and they are both available for £105M and £150 respectively.
There are also reports of a possible move for Robert Lewandowski who cost £60 million but due to his age the Blues won’t be going after such player with their policy for players above 30.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel will receive £150 million in transfer funds to shape his team over the summer with reports of him needing to bring in a striker, according to reports from the The Sun.
A new striker is seen as a priority at Stamford Bridge, with Romelu Lukaku and Erling Haaland the Blues’ top targets and they will have enough to sign either of them with some players also looking to be sold.
At this point a move for Erling Haaland looks possible with him being valued at about £150 million, and with the good work of Marina, the Blues can get him for a more lower price.
There are also several reports of a possible move for Marco Verratti, Niklas Sule and Jude Bellingham who all have been shortlisted by Thomas Tuchel for this summer transfer.