Norwegian and Borussia Dortmund striker, Erling Haaland has reportedly agreed on personal terms over a summer transfer to Chelsea.
According to Ian McGarry of the reputable ‘Transfer Window Podcast’, Haaland has agreed on a deal to join Chelsea after scoring 41 goals in 41 games for Dortmund last season, having netted 16 times in 18 outings the previous term.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel believes Haaland is the man to fire the club to next year’s Premier League title.
The report also adds that all that’s left is for Chelsea to agree on a potential club-record transfer fee with Dortmund.
McGarry said: “Personal terms for Haaland are signed off.
“It’s just a case of Chelsea agreeing a fee with Dortmund.”
Reports on Thursday, June 17 claim the Blues have already launched an initial bid of £60million plus Tammy Abraham.
Dortmund reportedly want £150m in cash.