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And now, according to The Athletic, Chelsea "have the edge" over City to sign Kane during this summer's transfer window, thanks to their "overall package".
And a package involving either Abraham or Hudson-Odoi - who both spent much of last season on the bench - may prove enticing to Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, rather than a straight cash offer.
Bayern Munich are believed to want Lewandowski to sign an extension to his current deal, which expires in 2023.
And with Roman Abramovich's backing, the Blues will have the financial muscle to test the club's resolve.
So, who will it be for Chelsea this summer: Kane, Haaland or Lewandowski?
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