The Blues are listed among the clubs keen on signing Harry Kane and they might even add a couple of players to the offer.
Chelsea are preparing an offer for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane that might involve one or several players in a swap deal, according to ESPN.
Tammy Abraham and Kepa Arrizabalaga are mentioned as the options to be included in an offer.
Tammy Abraham has lost his place in the Chelsea squad under Thomas Tuchel, with the striker only playing 19 minutes since February 20. Irrespective of that, the 23-year-old is still Chelsea’s joint-top goalscorer alongside Timo Werner this season (although Werner has 11 assists as opposed to Tammy’s four).
Unlike Abraham, Kepa has featured regularly in the cup competitions but remains a No. 2 goalkeeper behind Edouard Mendy who is likely to start the Champions League final.
Moreover, it’s not clear if Spurs will be tempted by either of those players because it’s not very likely they’ll listen to offers for Harry Kane from Chelsea at all.
It’s well understood that the relationship between Roman Abramovich and Daniel Levy is fractious as a result of many complications, including Chelsea’s failed attempt to sign Luka Modric from Spurs in 2011, as well as Willian snubbing Tottenham in the Blues’ favor at the eleventh hour in 2013.
On the other hand, Harry Kane himself might be reticent to move across London even though, if reports are to be believed, he intends to leave Tottenham in the summer as he pursues team trophies.