The recent 2-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at the Tottenham stadium has left Chelsea fans divided. Despite investing over £300 million in transfers, the team has been unable to turn their fortunes around under the management of Graham Potter. The London club has been linked to Luciano Spalletti, and if appointed, he could bring a change in the team’s fortunes.
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Spalletti is known for his attacking style of football, and this could be the perfect opportunity for Chelsea to revamp their attacking style. Under his management, we can expect to see the club play a 4-2-3-1 formation with a solid midfield duo of Enzo Fernandez and N’Golo Kante protecting the back four. Thiago Silva and Kalidou Koulibaly are likely to be the preferred centre-backs, with Benjamin Chilwell and Reece James as the full-backs.
The attack will have plenty of firepower with Joao Felix, Mykhaylo Mudryk, and Kai Havertz as the attacking trio, with Raheem Sterling leading the line. This formation will provide Chelsea with the perfect balance between attack and defence, allowing Spalletti to get the most out of his players.
The new manager will also be able to bring out the best in the likes of Noni Madueke and Conor Gallagher, who have failed to make an impact in the Premier League so far. Spalletti is known for his ability to bring the best out of young players, and his appointment could be the perfect opportunity for these two players to reach their full potential.
With the right tactical approach, Luciano Spalletti could be the perfect manager to get the best out of the Chelsea squad. He has the experience and expertise to turn things around and could give the club the boost they need to challenge for a top-four spot in the Premier League.
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