NEW TARGET: Chelsea appear to pull out of race to sign Harry Kane as they ‘make contact’ with Bayern Goal Machine.

NEW TARGET: Chelsea appear to pull out of race to sign Harry Kane as they ‘make contact’ with Bayern Goal Machine.


Chelsea may withdraw from the race to sign Harry Kane after allegedly ‘making touch' with Robert Lewandowski instead.



The Blues, Manchester City, and Manchester United are the clubs most associated with the Tottenham star, who has made a few hints about his desire to leave the club.


With Timo Werner struggling in front of a goal this season, Kane will be the perfect player for Chelsea to score goals. Erling Haaland and Romelu Lukaku have also been connected with a turn at Stamford Bridge.


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Thomas Tuchel, on the other hand, is said to have turned his attention to Lewandowski, who has 40 Bundesliga goals this season with one match remaining.

According to Sky Sports Germany and the Daily Mail, Chelsea has already approached the Poland striker about a summer transfer, with the 32-year-old contemplating his future at Bayern, with Tuchel ‘running out of patience with Werner.

According to the Mail, Lewandowski would prefer a move to Spain over a move to the Premier League, and Paris Saint-Germain will look to sign him if Kylian Mbappe leaves.



Jorginho, Chelsea's midfielder, leads the Premier League in scoring this season with seven goals. He has scored all of his goals from the penalty spot.

Werner, a Germany international, has only scored 12 goals in 50 appearances for the west London club and has been guilty of a lot of missed opportunities.


NEW TARGET: Chelsea appear to pull out of race to sign Harry Kane as they ‘make contact’ with Bayern Goal Machine.


Tuchel has publicly supported Werner, and former Chelsea star Wayne Bridge has backed him to succeed, comparing his start at Stamford Bridge to that of club legend Didier Drogba.



“I think luck is certainly a factor in Werner's season,” Bridge told Betting Expert. His attitude is fantastic, and the way he has worked for the team indicates that he has performed well.

“When I think back to Drogba's start at Chelsea, he didn't hit the ground running, but he got there in the end, so I believe Werner would as well.

“He still gives defenders nightmares; he's still a very good player, and when something works, his confidence and attacking instinct will return, and he'll be finding the back of the net.



“That will come, and although he has been a little unfortunate with his attitude, it will eventually click.

“Every player is unique, and although some people will let type and talk influence them, others will not.

“He's still done well, he's still given defenders nightmares, his faith might have been shaken a little bit, but a few goals and it'll all come together for him.



“There's always talk of Chelsea buying strikers, but I think he'll always get a lot of opportunities to play and I think he'll come good in the end, he's too good not to.”


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