Chelsea will need to sell one of three players in order to raise the funds necessary to pay Erling Haaland’s €175m (£150m) asking price, according to Sport1.
The German Sports network, who have some pretty reliable reporters on their staff, claim that the Blues are considering whether to sell either Tammy Abraham, Callum Hudson-Odoi or Hakim Ziyech.
Out of the three, Sport1 say Hudson-Odoi would bring in the most cash, although there have been reports in the English media that suggest manager Thomas Tuchel wants to keep hold of the winger.
In terms of Ziyech, claims in the Italian press indicate AC Milan and Napoli are interested, although it is believed both teams are only keen on a loan deal, which means the Moroccan would not bring in the necessary funds for the Haaland deal.
Abraham, on the other hand, is the one that sources in England suggest is the likeliest to leave. A £40m asking price has reportedly been set, with West Ham the leading candidates to snap him up, although there is no certainty that a team will match Chelsea’s valuation.