Haaland Sule and Surez all characteristic in Chelsea roundup


Haaland fee set, Chelsea receives Sule update and Tuchel opens possible Suraez deal in Chelsea summary …

Chelsea target Erling Haaland reportedly wants a base wage of around £ 300,000 a week this summer

In the past few seasons, Haaland has established itself as one of the deadliest strikers in world football, breaking all possible records in the Bundesliga and Champions League.

That has led to numerous media reports that Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid are all keen to sign the killer in the summer transfer window as they all look to add a new striker to their squads.

Dortmund reportedly do not want to sell Haaland in the transfer window and are hoping to keep the talented young man but they would be willing to let him go when that £ 78m price is hit.

And The Daily Star claims he wants a five-year contract that would give him a base wage of £ 300,000 a week.

Look, if the reports are true and this is the amount of money Dortmund wants for a player who is already able to score over 30 goals per season and can play for the next decade, then a deal should be struck become.

He really is a special talent who will be playing for one of the biggest clubs in the game and it will be very interesting to see which club he joins as everyone has the financial ability to pay his price and then go for it pay high wages.

And Chelsea fans would love to see him on the bridge every week, right?

Thomas Tuchel claims he has no intention of rekindling his interest in Luis Suarez after being in charge at Chelsea

The South American was previously successful in the Premier League. Between January 2011 and the summer of 2014 he spent three and a half years in Liverpool. During his time at Anfield, Suarez scored 82 goals in 133 games.

He opened a new chapter in his career when he allied with Barca, looting 198 goals for the league giants. However, a return to England could come if the money and sports project were right, but Tuchel isn’t interested in a deal

Tuchel told reporters when asked about his previous interest in Suarez, “It was a possibility. We heard the rumors that he was leaving Barcelona and who could not be interested in signing one of the best strikers in world football history and present?

“We tried our luck, we didn’t make it. He decided to stay in Spain, move to Atletico and has proven his quality.

“He’s a natural striker, a born striker and has the kind of mentality that only strikers have. This mentality is to show your will, intensity and anger in order to score, score and score. He is never satisfied.

“What a mentality, what a player. I’m not involved in his story with Chelsea and it’s never good for me to look too far into the past. We’re just happy.

“We’ll play it with Atletico tomorrow and we know about its qualities. We are aware of them and will try to keep him away from the gate. “

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, CEO of Bayern Munich, has offered an update on the future of Chelsea goal Niklas Sule.

Former PSG boss Thomas Tuchel arrived far too late in the January window to make a bit of money to add to a squad that is firmly established as one of the best in the Premier League

The summer window could be a whole different story, however, as he’ll know he’ll have to add a few players to help his squad move to the next level, with Bayern star Sule on the shopping list

According to reports in Germany, the 25-year-old was put on the wish list for the Chelsea transfer along with Bundesliga defenders David Alaba and Dayot Upamecano.

Sule, who is under contract at the Allianz Arena until 2022, has played 20 games in all competitions for Bayern this season, but only played two of the club’s last six Bundesliga games. He is reportedly not happy with his current situation at the Bayern club

Rummenigge still hopes that he will extend his stay with the German champions: “We want the good German national players at Bayern. Niklas still has a year of contract, ”said the Bayern boss to ZDF.

“We will have conversations and see where they will lead. We will look at it seriously and calmly until the summer.

“Corona (Covid-19 pandemic) has also caused financial damage to FC Bayern.

“If we can find a solution, we’ll be happy to extend the contract, but that will only be possible under certain conditions.”

Let’s go guys

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