The former Chelsea man Tony Cascarino supported the blues to make a “stunning” offer to Erling Haaland from Dortmund.
The striker scored 27 goals in 28 league games last season and was named Bundesliga player of the year.
Manchester City and Manchester United were on the hunt for his signature, but now Chelsea is leading the way.
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Owner Roman Abramovich apparently did Set aside £ 150 million that it will be signed this summer.
Chelsea appear to be preparing for his arrival by sacking most of their existing strikers.
Olivier Giroud moved to AC Milan for 2 million euros, while Tammy Abraham is wanted by Arsenal, West Ham and Aston Villa.
Cascarino said of Chelsea’s striker chase talkSPORT (about Daily mail): “Some people will say that it doesn’t work, but the clubs try to stick to it [financial fair play] rule and they have to undress the people.
“In order for you to do that, you’re going to make an incredible transfer and I think it will be Haaland.
“Whether everyone says no, it’s next year and it’s in their contract, Chelsea is going to offer someone a lot of money and I suspect it will be.”
Chelsea is already after Champions League title in the final against City 1-0.
However, Abramovich is expected to fund more commitments so that Thomas Tuchel can continue to improve his roster.
Cascarino added: “Chelsea have made a lot of money in the last year or so. [through the] Champions League and sales of [Eden] Danger. They make quite a lot of money.
“I can’t believe they won’t break the bank to get someone like Haaland. You’re going to make a really big transfer in my opinion.
“It was so calm, but the storm is coming. novel [Abramovich] always did. He always supported it, I would be flabbergasted if you walk in with the squad you have today, even though they are European champions expect a really big deal from Chelsea.
Dortmund have already allowed Jadon Sancho to go to Old Trafford. He was finally announced as a United player after years of rumors.
Sancho’s most likely replacement in the Westfalenstadion is PSV’s Donyell Paint, formerly Arsenal.