This summer, Chelsea decided to sell Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku, the two central strikers, so now there is no real goalscorer.
There are still 20 days left for him to fix that, that is, to buy a football player who will fill that void, but it hurts the way in two years the London club ended up with a loss of around 140 million euros. Werner came to Chelsea from Leipzig for 54 million euros to return a few days ago for 20 million, plus certain bonuses.
Even worse was the deal with Lukaku, who came last year in a record transfer of 113 million euros. He didn’t get along with the philosophy of Thomas Tuchel, so he decided to return to Inter, who brought the Belgian on a one-year loan of eight million euros, with the fact that he will be able to buy out his contract for “small money” next summer.
The worst thing is that the team does not have a classic point guard, and without such a player, the forecasts are that it cannot reach the top-4.