Chelsea should look for this 5 strikers, if they want to solve their goal issue

Chelsea should look for this 5 strikers, if they want to solve their goal issue

Chelsea smashed their own global record for transfer spending this summer, spending €462 million on new players. 

Chelsea paid a British transfer record sum of €135 million for Brighton's Moises Caicedo. They also spent a lot of money on other players, including €68 million on Southampton's Romeo Lavia, €58 million on Leipzig's Christopher Nkunku, €45 million on Monaco's Axel Disasi, €35 million on Villarreal's Nicolas Jackson, and €29 million on Brighton's Robert Sanchez, as well as Rennes' Lesley Ugochukwu, Santos' Angelo Gabriel, and Benfica's Diego Moreira. The hefty spending hasn't paid off yet, as Chelsea has had a poor start to the season. 

They have four points from four games and are in 12th place, where they finished last season. Their attack has been the most problematic so far, as it was last term. Chelsea has five goals, but they have been lifeless up front. Nicolas Jackson's all-around game has impressed at times, but he has not been clinical, scoring only once and squandering several great chances.

 1. Benjamin Sesko

 Of the three, Sesko will undoubtedly be the most expensive. Valued at a staggering €80m by Leipzig, the young wonderkid has already begun to turn heads with his incredible performances. His speed, agility and precision on the ball have led some to liken him to former Leipzig and current Liverpool striker Sadio Mane.
2. Ollie Watkins.
 Meanwhile, Watkins has proven himself to be a valuable asset at Villa, where he has quickly become a fan favourite. The Englishman has been in impressive form this season, scoring seven goals and assisting three more in the Premier League so far.

 3. Ivan Toney.

  Toney's suspension may be a cause for concern for some Chelsea fans. Nevertheless, his incredible goal-scoring record in the Championship is nothing to sneeze at. Toney has already found the back of the net 16 times in just 22 appearances this season.

 4. Victor Osimhen.

There are two more strikers from Serie A who Chelsea might pursue. Victor Osimhen is the first. On Monday, FootballTransfers stated that Osimhen is the club's No.1 target for the summer transfer window of 2024, with Chelsea leading the fight to capture the 24-year-old talent. A January move will be extremely difficult to achieve, but Chelsea can try with a massive bid.

 5. Dusan Vlahovic

 Dusan Vlahovic is another Serie A standout. Chelsea were in talks with Juventus this summer to sign Vlahovic in exchange for Romelu Lukaku. The transaction fell through because the two parties couldn't agree on a price. Juventus is still willing to sell Vlahovic, and the transaction could be revived in January.

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