Chelsea set to sign former Tottenham Hotspur player next summer
By Boligo86 | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 64 views
Chelsea are already looking ahead of next summer to strengthen their squad ahead of the 2021/2022 season. Recall that chelsea spent over 220 million pounds on their team but still want to add one or two more players.
According to premftbl Chelsea are interested in signing inter midfielder Christian Eriksen. It is believed that Chelsea are ready to involve Jorginho in any deal. It is reported that inter are ready to part with the midfielder. Jorginho seems to have rediscovered himself under Thomas Tuchel. It will be left to see if Chelsea
Christian Eriksen has failed to replicate the form that saw him tear opponents apart in the premier league while playing for Tottenham in the English premier league.
He could be good addition to the chelsea team since he already knows the premier league.
Which means he will not need time to adjust to the premier league having for Chelsea London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
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