Well, Chelsea fans – and any Manchester City, Arsenal or Tottenham Hotspur fan who snuck into the back door to read the London Pride’s views – there is a lot to consider and have to cover, so let’s jump right in. Basically, if Romelu Lukaku leaves, the Blues will need a world-class successor. Regardless of the talk about Kai Havertz and Armando Broja they are likely to form a deadly duo next season. I think most of us think Thomas Tuchel will keep his current 3-4-2-1 formation. While this is an interchangeable system, the German appears to require a single target man.
If the rumors are true, Robert Lewandowski was the main target of the West London team. While Lewandowski has demonstrated his contemporary ill feelings towards his current club, Bayern Munich, quite clearly, it also appears that he publicly Prefer to move to Spain. La Liga is likely to enjoy the goals of the Polish midfielder next season, as Barcelona prepares to add him to its ranks. This leaves, as mentioned earlier, Havertz as a particularly wrong but arguably unsuitable commodity. Or Broja who has so far proven successful in the Premier League with six unknown players as the leader of the streak. None of the examples will be the case in August, I suppose.
Everything you need to know about Chelsea’s pursuit of Gabriel Jesus
Admittedly, the Germany striker and Albania’s top scorer will have key roles: the former as a starter, and the latter likely as an influential substitute. Additionally, to make my predictions clear, I expect Lukaku to leave Stamford Bridge along with the Premier League. A return to Serie A with his former club Inter Milan seems to be an inevitable outcome for many.
The Belgian is said to be pressing hard to achieve this result and has been for a few months now, if the dubious topical news is accurate. This leads me to conclude that CFC is still in the market for the premium athlete to play front in 2022/23. It is clear that Gabriel Jesus is that man; And if not, he did He was reportedly shown to the Tuchel team.
Jesus has not gained or earned the trust of City coach Pep Guardiola, in my opinion. If the Brazilian has extra faith in his boss’s faith, he could become even more lethal in the Premier League. I think at Chelsea that could happen between Tuchel and the prospective signing. Jesus fits the requirements of the chief man on Fulham Road with regard to ability, and to score calmness – he can be greedy but that may be a blessing in disguise in Outside Role and readiness for pressure.
An additional factor that Chelsea loyalists will love is that their beloved team could upset London rivals Arsenal by signing the Citizens’ assets. Even the juggernaut that is Real Madrid is now unsettled by the CFC, as mentioned here.
The most reasonable price for the Brazil international was recently revealed to be between £38m to £43m. Meanwhile, fellow Thiago Silva endorsed a deal By liking a post linking Chelsea to a bid for Jesus. This one is a thrill, especially with Claim Fabrizio Romano That the player’s agent had spoken to the CFC.