Thomas Tuchel puts pressure on Chelsea chiefs to make “immediate” move for his prime target

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel wants club chiefs to make an “immediate” move to sign Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, according to BILD.

The west London club and their owner Roman Abramovich are keen to signing a prolific striker in the mould of Haaland and Romelu Lukaku to their team.

Real Madrid and Manchester City are equally interested in aquiring the services of the Norway international this summer.

But the German club are planning to still have him at the Westfalenstadion next season as they are demanding 175m euros (£150m) for the 20-year-old this summer.

The club’s chief, Michael Zorc was quoted as saying on Friday, when asked by BILD: “Nothing has changed. We are planning with Erling for the new season! “

Meanwhile, reports claim that Chelsea are still locked in negotiations with Dortmund after personal terms have been agreed with Haaland.