Chelsea are yet to do any significant thing in the transfer window when it comes to new arrivals so far as the hunt for a striker is yet to bear any real fruit.
With rumors going haywire as usual, here is our compilation of all these links, from least reliable to most reliable sources.
Kane is one top striker looking for a move but an exclusive from The Sun revealed that he is likely to make a blockbuster £160m move to Man City. Any links to the Englishman are now tenuous at best.
The big Belgian has already stated his desire to stay with Inter for another season but reports from Italy are claiming that the Nerazzuri do have a price. With €120m the supposed mark to hit, this transfer isn’t likely to happen but might not be dead in the water just yet.
The saga of Erling Haaland is continuing to drag on with Dortmund doing their best to keep the striker. However, despite all of this, Chelsea’s interest remains strong and the stubbornness could pay off for the Blues in the end.
Lewandowski is the considered alternative for Haaland and the Blues have already contacted his agent, Pini Zahavi, according to Bild. A quoted price of £50m might just end up being a bargain for arguably the best striker in the world.
This transfer seemed dead in the water but the reliable Simon Johnson has explained that Chelsea are still very much considering signing the West Ham midfielder. The noises from Rice and his camp suggest he would welcome a move as well as he keeps on rejecting contract extensions from his current club.
The Monaco midfielder has been named as a target by the reliable Fabrizio Romano. He plays alongside former Blue Cesc Fabregas at Monaco and could be a brilliant long-term addition. He has also been deemed a cheaper alternative to Declan Rice.
The highly-rated 18-year-old Chelsea star is on his way to Brighton according to Goal, following fellow youth prospects Lewis Bate and Myles Peart-Harris out of the door. Considering that both those rumors proved to be true, it is safe to say at this point that Livramento is likely gone.