Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes Chelsea need to buy more strikers to increase their chances of winning the title.
Despite having Raheem Sterling in, but the team let Romelu Lukaku go on loan to Inter Milan and Timo Werner is currently preparing to move to play with the old team Leipzig. Ri thinks that “Sing the Blues” has a lot to deal with ufabet. And will have to buy a front to add as well.
“There are still questions about Chelsea,” Gary told Sky Sports. But I just feel it’s not smooth. Not very satisfying.”
“The feeling (to change ownership) is difficult for the team and the manager. They have to deal with it. So there’s a feeling of uncertainty about Chelsea.”
“The strategy in the market still looks like pinball. You look around and you’re not sure who to draw next. They need a striker.”
Chelsea are preparing to make a world-record offer for Leicester City’s French defender Wesley Fofana, reports Football London.
The Blues’ bid would be the highest fee paid for a defender, having had a previous offer declined by the Foxes.
It is believed Chelsea’s previous bid was £70m with Leicester insisting he is not for sale. Harry Maguire, sold by Leicester to Manchester United, holds the record for a defender at £80m.