Why the possible signing of Sterling with Gabriel will augur well for Chelsea’s squad.
Supposing rumors and speculations were to be true, then Chelsea football club’s new owner, Todd Boehly, would be linking up with Chelsea’s head coach, Thomas Tuchel, on a raiding mission on Manchester City football club.
However, such a foray will see Chelsea football club coughing a whooping sum of £100m to capture the signature of Manchester City’s duo attackers of Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus into the Chelsea football club’s squad.
Meanwhile, most Chelsea fans might not fancy such a raid considering the puny performances of the duo Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus in Manchester City’s features and fixtures in the last 2022/2022 season campaign.
But such assumptions should be ignored by Tuchel, and he (Tuchel) should carry on with his desire of recruiting Sterling and Gabriel Jesus.
The duo can form a formidable and deadly attacking combo in the frontline position of Chelsea’s squad:
Manchester City football club’s duo attackers of Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus were denied a duo link-up in Manchester City’s attacking frontline by Pep Guardiola. However, Sterling and Gabriel might form a threatening and devastating attacking combo, with Chelsea’s head coach, Thomas Tuchel, likely to pair them up in Chelsea’s attacking position. Chelsea football club’s squad is in dire need of such deadly attackers, who can be scoring goals for fun on the field of play. And Sterling with Gabriel will definitely propel Chelsea’s squad to more glories and trophies too.
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