Transfer market

Chelsea to enter race for Real Madrid target Haaland as Liverpool eye Rodrygo

Chelsea are reportedly ready to make their move for Dortmund star Erling Haaland, who has been linked with Barcelona, Liverpool and Manchester City.

Rumour Has It: Chelsea given all-clear to chase Haaland, Liverpool eye Rodrygo

Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel has been given the all-clear to chase Erling Haaland, despite Borussia Dortmund's insistence that the Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City target is not for sale

Madrid and Barcelona have been fairly open about their desire to pursue Haaland, while City have remained coy about their intentions this summer. Now it seems that Chelsea are also going to throw their hat into the ring for the the 20-year-old forward.

Meanwhile, Madrid may be looking to offload one of their own young attackers in the form of Rodrygo, who has emerged as a target for Liverpool

Chelsea set their sights on Haaland

Chelsea boss Tuchel has been given the green light to go after Dortmund star Haaland ahead of next season, according to Bild.

Haaland has scored 27 goals in 25 games for Dortmund this season.

Chelsea spent big ahead of 2020-21, but are seemingly eager to land Haaland to strengthen further.

Rodrygo going to Anfield?

- Liverpool are apparently eyeing a forward of their own. Diario Gol reports Jurgen Klopp wants Real Madrid forward Rodrygo.

- After starring for Burnley, Nick Pope is linked with a move. LancsLive reports the Premier League club want around £50million for the goalkeeper, who is said to be a target for Tottenham.

- Manchester United continue to be linked with West Ham midfielder Declan Rice. 90min reports United are willing to offer any of Jesse Lingard, Nemanja Matic and Phil Jones to West Ham in their bid to land Rice.

- Staying at Manchester United and the Daily Express reports they may give up on Norwich City right-back Max Aarons due to a £35m asking price.

- With Napoli seventh in Serie A and out of the Europa League after being eliminated by Granada, the pressure is on head coach Gennaro Gattuso. But CalcioMercato reports Gattuso is safe for now despite his side's struggles.