Chelsea is reportedly mulling a move for a prominent player who may provide a solution to the club’s ongoing problems, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Under Mauricio Pochettino, Chelsea made significant transfers during the summer transfer window, although the team’s performance was mixed. Although showing promise, the team’s consistency is still lacking; in the current Premier League season, they have won against elite clubs but lost to Brentford and Nottingham Forest.
Finding a consistent supply of goals is Stamford Bridge’s ongoing issue, which has sparked rumors regarding a prospective future trade for a certain Premier League striker.
Chelsea’s major goal in terms of signings has been to prepare for the future, even if Pochettino’s team struggles to produce consistent success. Owner Todd Boehly seems to be taking a risky but perhaps profitable approach by making sacrifices now in order to reclaim a spot among Europe’s top clubs in the next years.
Journalist Pete O’Rouke speculates that Chelsea is interested in Evan Ferguson of Brighton, and Fabrizio Romano affirms that the team is keeping an eye on the striker. Romano highlights that while Ferguson is a very skilled player, big teams like Chelsea and Manchester United are in fact keeping a watch on him.
While major teams are keeping an eye on Ferguson, Romano makes it clear in his Caught Offside daily briefing that there isn’t any new information at this time. Ferguson is happy at Brighton, where he just signed a new deal, but he is still focused on his own growth.
While acknowledging that there will likely be more rumors, Romano stresses that no decisions have been taken as of yet.
Regarding Chelsea’s past difficulties with attackers, the piece makes the case that Brighton’s Evan Ferguson, 19, has the ability to end the team’s striker curse.
Ferguson, who scored five goals in only 11 games this season while making an impression in the Premier League at the age of 19, is headed for a big transfer. The Irishman might transfer to Stamford Bridge given his steady progress under Robert de Zerbi at Brighton.
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