Manchester City hinted that their all time goalscorer Sergio Aguero is set to leave the club at the end of the season as his contract is about to expire this season. Many clubs across Europe have shown interest in signing the Argentine International but sources reveal that Chelsea are leading the race in signing the striker. Meanwhile Chelsea signed a 19 year old Centre back Xavier Mbuyamba earlier this season who plays for Chelsea u23.
Because Mbuyamba is from the Netherlands and also from the way he plays, he is often referred to as the next Virgil Van Dijk. The former Barcelona young player made his debut last night against Southampton as a substitute and scored almost immediately after his introduction.
The Formation above shows how Chelsea could Line up with Sergio Aguero under Thomas Tuchel. For a while now, Chelsea have been looking for a world class striker to fill the gap like Thiago Silva did in the defense department. Signing Aguero would be a good addition to the Chelsea squad.
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