Most recent RUMOR:LATEST Talk: See who player Chelsea decide to focus instead of Victor Osimhen.

Chelsea executives consider going after a “phenomenon” striker rather than Osimhen.

After spending £900 million over the last four transfer windows, any notion that Chelsea will have a quiet summer has been swiftly dashed as Todd Boehly looks to spend heavily on a goal scorer extraordinaire to address his striker troubles. Chelsea is trying to find a striker. Even though he has spent a lot of money since taking over in 2022, Boehly is still searching for the ideal number nine for his Chelsea squad… Numerous players have assumed the role up front, making it difficult for Mauricio Pochettino to decide on a favorite. The Blues lack offensive potency due to the injuries to Nicholas Jackson and Christopher Nkunku, with Cole Palmer bearing the brunt of the attacking load.

The West London team’s attempts to acquire a new number nine have so far failed, and there have been rumors that they may attempt to recruit Victor Osimhen, a talisman for Napoli, but that deal has not materialized. Chelsea is among the several major teams vying to sign the Nigerian player and bring him to the Premier League after he scored 26 goals in Serie A last season.It will probably be another season without European football, so Chelsea’s chances of luring Osimhen to West London will be limited. As a result, there may be links with Brighton prodigy Evan Ferguson. It is currently speculated that the West London team would go past Osimhen and launch a surprise bid for a player with extensive Premier League experience.

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The Blues’ surprising striker maneuver
It is currently rumored that Chelsea has shown interest in signing Harry Kane, the forward for Bayern Munich—a move that very few anticipated.

It was first reported by Wayne Veysey of Football Insider, but it has now been disclosed that Chelsea executives have learned that the Englishman is dissatisfied in Germany and is keen to return home.According to Veysey, Bayern would merely try to recover the £82 million that they paid Tottenham for the player last year—a fair amount for a player of his caliber. Even if there have been some absurd fees paid during the Boehly period at Stamford Bridge, this deal would be a decent value.

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After moving to Bavaria this summer, Kane has flourished at his new team, tallying 24 goals in just 21 Bundesliga appearances so far this year.

The Kane to Chelsea trade makes sense on paper. The former Tottenham player may be itching to return to London, but the Blues are a team in desperate need of a goal scorer. Kane’s status as the second-best goal scorer in Premier League history is another aspect. The former Tottenham player, who is only 47 goals behind Alan Shearer, might be persuaded to go back to England and shatter the record.

All parties would benefit from this, except for Spurs supporters who would have to see their all-time best scorer wear the uniform of their opponents.

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