The striker has emerged as one of Europe’s most exciting young forwards, with several strong displays at the World Cup for France enforcing the credentials he had begun to show at his club.
His 16 goals and 14 assists in all competitions this season are believed to have caught the eye of Chelsea boss Graham Potter, with reports suggesting the Blues were prepared to break the bank on a £105m deal for the Frenchman.
Chelsea have splashed some serious cash over the past couple of transfer windows – but they have failed to sign a striker that has the ability to score 20, 30 or even 40 goals a season like some of their Premier League rivals.
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But Potters’s side are not the only ones in contention, with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United also rumoured to be in the race for the French Cup-winning former Nantes striker.
Although the 24-year-old insisted he was remaining “focused” on his current club for the rest of this campaign, he revealed his dreams lay at a more established side.
“We talk about it a lot already but I try to be focused on my club,” Kolo Muani told French publication L’Equipe when asked about his future.
“We continue our performances and we will see this summer. Afterwards, I always dreamed of playing in big clubs.”
Muani has been incredible this season for the German side and is looking like a player that could develop into one of the best in the business. His £105 million asking price is crazy money.
But if there is any club out there that is willing to pay his massive asking price – it is CHELSEA – they are not scared of paying big cash for talents