Chelsea have already signed the perfect Robert Lewandowski partner in crime

Chelsea are interested in signing Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.

With deals for Erling Haaland and Romelu Lukaku both difficult, Thomas Tuchel is now turning his attentions towards the Poland international instead.

And, in Kai Havertz, the Blues have already signed the perfect partner in crime.

Chelsea won the Champions League last season, while also finishing fourth in the Premier League table and reaching the FA Cup final.

As a result, the Blues could certainly be forgiven for thinking they have already have the perfect squad to help them land more silverware next term.

Except, that isn’t the case whatsoever. Chelsea, as usual, are looking to evolve.

A new No 9 is of paramount importance in the eyes of Tuchel. With Olivier Giroud no longer around, and Tammy Abraham likely to join the France international out of the exit door, the German is making plans.

At present, Haaland is Chelsea’s top target.

However, signing the Borussia Dortmund striker is difficult. Not impossible, but certainly a tall order – especially given how Jadon Sancho has already been allowed to leave the Westfalenstadion for Manchester United.

A secondary target for Chelsea is Lukaku.

But like Dortmund with Haaland, Inter Milan have no desire to sell their prized asset. Furthermore, Lukaku is happy at the San Siro and has no intentions of returning to the Premier League anytime soon.

And then there’s Harry Kane, too.

The Tottenham striker is also on Tuchel’s radar yet there’s an acceptance Tottenham won’t sell. Not this summer, not ever when it comes to teams in the Premier League.

So, as a result, Chelsea are now eyeing Lewandowski.

That, certainly, is understandable. The Poland international is one of the best strikers on the planet, a serial winner, with the potential to make this Chelsea side even better.

And, in Havertz, the Blues have already signed the perfect partner in crime.

No 10’s in football can be selfish, stealing the spotlight themselves even if, most of the time, it’s inadvertent.

But Havertz is a team player and could strike up a terrific partnership with Lewandowski, just like the Poland international has with Thomas Muller over the years.

Muller, for all his talents, has worked hard to stay at Bayern. He goes through dry patches but they persevere with him because, at the end of the day, he’s the perfect partner to their No 9.

And Havertz, who operates in a similar style with similar selflessness, can help make the striker a Stamford Bridge hit.

Chelsea do, of course, have other creators in their side.

But Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic are more focused on getting the glory themselves. Havertz, instead, does what’s best for the team.

That meant he was criticised at times last season but his mature showing in the Champions League final, where he scored the winning goal, shows what he’s all about.

Behind the scenes in west London, hopes are high Havertz will set the Premier League alight next term.

And with Chelsea already having a formidable XI, the signing of Lewandowski could spur them onto even greater heights.

The prospect of Lewandowski playing ahead of a front three involving Havertz, Timo Werner and Pulisic certainly sounds exciting on paper.

And Chelsea’s dream could soon become a reality, amid claims they’re ready to stump up £50million for the forward.