End of Road For Olivier Giroud as Chelsea Goes for Sergio Aguero
By vinnie_ke | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 40 views
Chelsea has been very active in the transfer market since the ban was lifted last season. Most of the players who joined them are Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Mendy among other valuable footballers.
Even after boasting of prolific goalscorers in their ranks, Sky Sport Football has reported that Chelsea have already contacted Manchester City about the availability of Sergio Aguero.
The Argentine has been sidelined with injury for several months and has featured sparingly for the Cityzens. He scored a goal in their last outing.
Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has maintained that he still requires the services of their record goalscorer but he prefers starting Gabriel Jesus instead in the recent games.
Chelsea have several forwards, that includes Olivier Giroud, Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham. Although the three have had game time for the Blues, they got a wanting stats as none of them has scored more often for the club.
Thomas Tuchel had played Kai Harvert as a false 9 (his preffered position) in the last two premier league matches but gave former RB Leipzig man a starting berth in the Champions League at Stamford Bridge against Atletico Madrid.
It will be a great addition for the West London based club as Aguero is a seasonal forward who has several golden boots to his name.
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