Raheem Sterling has been dubbed “excellent,” and Chelsea is expected to make “two significant acquisitions.”
Raheem Sterling, a winger, has been strongly linked to the Blues.
In order to resolve any difficulties with Manchester City and Liverpool as well as themselves, Chelsea has been advised to make roughly two “big additions” this summer. Raheem Sterling is listed as one of their main priorities, so their buying spree may begin right away.
The England international has lost favor at City under Pep Guardiola, and his chances have been limited by the increased importance of the competition. Despite Gabriel Jesus departing for Arsenal, it appears the Brazilian will follow the winger out the door.
The next summer, when Authentic’s contract expires, Chelsea is rumored to be very interested in signing the 27-year-old. Tony Cascarino, a former striker for the Blues, has also given the deal his official seal of approval.
“I anticipate they’ll do somewhere around two huge signings before the beginning of the time,” he said on talkSPORT. Raheem is the kind of player Chelsea needs, in my opinion, so I think he’s perfect for them. Raheem’s speed is amazing. There aren’t many players that can play wide and reach the byline.
Although some claim that Sterling’s completing isn’t the finest, he frequently has opportunities and typically receives a respectable amount toward the end of a season. “Timo Werner is a terrible finisher. Because I thought [Christian] Pulisic would be a fantastic player for Chelsea, I’m a little dejected.
“He has a disproportionate number of wounds and never really got going. He has his minutes, but like many Chelsea advancements, they haven’t produced the results you might have expected. I feel that Havertz isn’t a middle forward but has been playing that position, therefore you can add Lukaku and Timo Werner. He is developing as a player, but Chelsea won’t be able to use him as their line-driver for the entire season.
Thomas Tuchel needs to address the problem of Chelsea’s lack of a striker, as Cascarino mentioned. In any case, by selecting Sterling, the former PSG manager appears to be settling the subject as Sport, via Football Talk, says that the manager views the former Liverpool forward as a no. 9.
It is still unclear whether Chelsea will agree to pay the estimated £50 million asking price for Authentic. Following the departures of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, the Blues also require central defenders, with Jules Kounde being hotly linked to a deal for one of the two.