Chelsea football Club is in trouble again as they are about to repeat a mistake that has cost them over the years. It looks apparent that Chelsea is not one to learn from previous mistakes as they seek to spend heavily in the transfer window for the incoming season without looking at the great talent their academy holds.
Over the years, Chelsea has lost some great young talents. These young talents later proved to be world class players. Remember the likes of Romelu Lukaku? Kevin Debruyne? Declan Rice? Patrick Van Aaholt? Nathaniel Ake ? Jamal Musiala? Mohammed Salah?. These are all great players Chelsea have had at a point in time either at the academy level or in the senior men's team but failed to hold onto and later proved very costly.
These same mistake is likely to happen in the transfer window as they are focused on bringing a new striker to the bridge in their quest to be valid contenders for the league title and in Europe.
The likes of Hudson Odoi (who proved how instrumental he can be), Tammy Abraham ( who has been struggling to get play time), Reuben Loftus Cheek ( loaned to Fulham last season), could all be used as clauses in the bid to bring Romelu Lukaku, Robert Lewandowski, Erling Haaland or Harry Kane to the bridge.
Chelsea has already sold Marc Guehi to Crystal Palace and Olivier Giroud to AC Milan and will do what it takes to bring a world class striker to Stamford bridge.
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