Chelsea won their first match of the season against Frank Lampard’s Everton courtesy of a penalty converted by midfielder Jorginho.
The Blues have been linked with a lot of players in this transfer window and the club has been taunted as one that is looking to sign quality attackers to boost their chances of securing silverware this season.
With Pulisic, Hudson Odoi and Werner all rumored to be wanting out of the club, reports have linked Crystal Palace ace, Wilfred Zaha as a potential arrival for the club. According to the report, the Ivorian winger will be willing to accept a move to Stamford Bridge should they table a bid for him.
It is obvious that the Chelsea team lacks players who are able to take-on players in 1 on 1 situations and therefore the addition of Zaha will be a plus to the side. Zaha’s price tag will be around 30 million pounds.
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