Erling Haaland was left visibly disappointed following Borussia Dortmund’s draw with FC Koln, storming down the tunnel after hurling his shirt at an opponent.
Haaland, who looks likely to leave Dortmund this summer, had netted twice in Saturday’s Bundesliga clash.
Though it wasn’t enough for victory with the match ending 2-2, leaving Dortmund battling for a place in the top four.
And Haaland was clearly frustrated at the result, throwing his shirt at FC Koln defender Jorge Mere before storming down the tunnel.
Haaland’s actions come as his future remains in doubt with Real Madrid reportedly having been informed the Norwegian wants to play for them.
Premier League sides Manchester United, Chelsea, and Manchester City have also been linked with a move for the 20-year-old.
And Daily Star Sport columnist Paul Merson believes the Blues could offer Dortmund a swap deal in an attempt to sign Haaland.
"Timo Werner could be on borrowed time for Chelsea because it’s not working out for him at all," wrote Merson in his latest column.
"I think he makes too many bad decisions when he gets into good positions.
"For the money they paid for him, he’s a rough diamond who needs to work on his game.
"I don’t know if he got by on pace alone in Germany but he hasn’t scored enough goals for Chelsea and he’s missed loads of chances.
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"I think Chelsea will sign a proper striker this summer and I think they will use him as a makeweight.
"It makes sense to offer him to Borussia Dortmund as part of a deal for for Erling Haaland.
"Dortmund will need a replacement if they sell Haaland and Werner is ready-made and proven in the Bundesliga. He would probably appeal to them."
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