Which striker should Chelsea sign in the January transfer window?

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Which striker should Chelsea sign in the January transfer window?

Post by chanoudom » Thu Jan 10, 2019 3:27 am

Which striker should Chelsea sign in the January transfer window?

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Sky Sports News understands Maurizio Sarri remains determined to sign Gonzalo Higuain, เว็บ พนัน while Chelsea have also expressed an interest in Bournemouth's Callum Wilson. Phil Babb and Steve Sidwell discussed the merits of both strikers on The Debate, and also threw a third name into the hat…

Gonzalo Higuain
Sidwell: "He has a proven record of scoring goals - Real Madrid, Napoli, Juventus, AC Milan, he's a born goalscorer. He is going to get goals wherever he goes and if you put him in the Chelsea team with Eden Hazard, Willian and Pedro, someone who will feed him balls, he would be a great addition. They spent £70m on Alvaro Morata, which hasn't paid off, so there needs to be a change."

Babb: "They definitely need something. They need a front man เว็บ พนัน with a bit of steel, someone in a Diego Costa style that can lift the way they play. They have some fantastic technical players but they need someone who can regularly put the ball in the net to take them up a level."

Callum Wilson
Sidwell: "I would love to see him in a Chelsea shirt. He's an English striker who would thrive at a big club around bigger players. I think he would be brilliant and has got the pace and power to occupy two centre-halves and bring others into play. I have seen him a few times this year and he has been outstanding."

Marko Arnautovic
Sidwell: เว็บ พนัน "I played with him at Stoke and I said then he could into the top four. He has that arrogance that he knows he is a good player. At Stoke he played wide and drifted in and got goals, now at West Ham he is the focal point and seems to love that. I think he would cost a lot more than £30m.
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