Chelsea forward Timo Werner is looking to quit the club after just one season at Stamford Bridge.
The German striker moved to west London from RB Leipzig last summer for £53m but ended his debut Premier League campaign with just six goals to his name.
Despite playing a key role in the back end of the season under Thomas Tuchel, which saw the Blues lift the Champions League trophy in May, 90min claim that the 25-year-old is unhappy at the club and is happy to move on if Chelsea bring in another striker this summer.
While Werner’s Premier League goal record was a concern, the forward did notch up 12 top-flight assists in his debut campaign in England – ending the season with 12 goals and 15 assists in all competitions.
This summer could see Chelsea revamp their striker options before their first full season under German head coach Tuchel.
Olivier Giroud has already quit the Blues to join AC Milan for £1m, while Tammy Abraham is not fancied by Tuchel having been virtually exiled by the club since February, with the young forward linked with a move to Arsenal.
Abraham was also reportedly offered in a player-plus-cash offer in an opening bid for Dortmund star Haaland, along with Callum Hudson-Odoi – who has often been linked with a Stamford Bridge exit.