Chelsea in bidding war for €120m-rated English goal machine

The London giants have emerged as a top contender in the battle to sign Harry Kane. It appears the PL giants are set to splash the cash on a top-class striker, as the German manager is not convinced of the likes of Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham while Olivier Giroud will leave the Stamford Bridge in the summer.

Roman Abramovich is set to replicate last summer’s spending spree, with England international emerging as one of the top three options, along with Romelu Lukaku and Erling Haaland.

Spurs are not very keen on offloading their talismanic forward, but following their struggles in both league and Europe, they could be forced into a sale, knowing the player is already frustrated over the club’s underachievement in recent years.

Blues, in contrast, have enjoyed immense success since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel. They have steadily moved up the league table and are strong contenders to finish in the top four while also reaching the final of the UCL, thanks to masterful displays with Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid in the knockout stages.

Chelsea, though, do need a slight overhaul in the number nine department, especially as star forward Timo Werner has struggled to live up to the expectations. He has even been linked with a move away from Chelsea after just one campaign at Chelsea while Tammy Abraham has attracted interest from Aston Villa.

Blues, therefore, will be keen on signing a top-class striker and that is where Harry comes into the fray. Kane is widely regarded as one of the top strikers in world football, having enjoyed immense success in the PL, with 164 goals in only 242 games.