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Chelsea to be ‘scary’ with Haaland, Bellingham to join England

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Tammy Abraham has suffered yet another blow in her battle to be part of Thomas Tuchel’s revolution at Chelsea.

The club’s top scorer will be screened for a lingering ankle injury after another failure in training.

Forward Abraham, 23, hasn’t played since February 20 and only lasted five minutes before he was nibbled.

Boss Tuchel said: “It was an accident in training. He gave up after just five minutes of warming up and it’s roughly the same spot as the first injury.

“We thought he would be in the squad for today, but now he will be out for many games.

“He has to take it step by step. The way home is for him to be a substitute, to be hungry and to show it in training.

Meanwhile, on the transfer front, SunSport’s Dan King has revealed Manchester United are eyeing a summer move of over £ 50million for Wolves star Pedro Neto.

The Red Devils have made signing a right winger one of their top priorities and Neto’s impressive season, despite Wolves struggles, has propelled him to the Old Trafford roster.

Utd could have signed Neto, 21, for next to nothing in 2016 when he came to Carrington to try out the Portuguese side of Braga – but he didn’t do enough to convince them to buy him at that time – the.

But now United are supposed to view the Portugal international – Wolves signing for £ 16million from Italian club Lazio – as a real alternative to long-term goals like Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish.

Rivals Manchester City have also been linked with Neto, but sources insist they are now ahead of United in the queue for Villa Grealish captain instead.

And finally, Jude Bellingham will be cleared to join the senior England squad this week.

The FA have been informed that the Dortmund teenager Bellingham will, after all, benefit from a sports exemption from the German government for all three World Cup qualifiers.

This means the midfielder will not have to self-quarantine upon his return from the UK to Germany.

Bellingham, 17, who has only one selection, was included in the squad despite strict German rules as the FA were convinced there would be a change.