Chelsea is reportedly preparing large funds to add ammunition to the attack line. The Blues want to bring in Juventus star Federico Chiesa.
Federico Chiesa is actually still on loan at Juventus, to be precise from Fiorentina. However, the move will be made permanent at the end of the season, although Chiesa could be released again soon.
According to Calciomercato , as quoted by The Sun , Thursday (11/25/2021), Chelsea are willing to pay 84 million pounds (Rp 1.59 trillion) to get Chiesa’s signature.
However, Chelsea will face fierce competition from Bayern Munich to sign Chiesa. However, if they are willing to spend that much money, they can excel.
Chelsea manager , Thomas Tuchel, still needs additional ammunition because the front line has not satisfied him even though he already has Romelu Lukaku, Timo Werner and Kai Harvertz.
Federico Chiesa’s Track Record
Federico Chiesa, who is the son of former Italy star Enrico Chiesa, started his professional career at Fiorentina in 2016.
He made 153 appearances in Florence, scoring 34 goals and contributing 25 more. That slick record attracted the interest of Juventus, who brought him last year.
After a season in Turin, Chiesa again entertained fans with a brilliant performance at Euro 2020. The striker helped Italy win the title, including an impressive performance in the final against England.
Charmed by Chelsea’s Performance
Meanwhile, the former England national team coach, Fabio Capello, was fascinated by Chelsea’s tactics when they beat Juventus 4-0 on the fifth matchday of the Champions League at Stamford Bridge, Wednesday (11/24/2021).
Fabio Capello served as pundit at Sky Sports Italia for the Chelsea match against Juventus. Watching the match was difficult for Capello, who is a former player and coach of the Old Lady.
Juventus slaughtered by Chelsea, Massimiliano Allegri remains Woles
Juventus lost four goals without reply to Chelsea in the fifth match of Group H of the Champions League, Wednesday (11/24/2021) early morning WIB. Despite the crushing defeat, Juve coach, Massimiliano Allegri, was not worried.
Come to the headquarters of the Blues at Stamford Bridge, Juventus played under pressure. I Bianconeri only recorded 46 percent possession of the ball, compared to 54 percent owned by Chelsea .
Juve also had one good chance from eight. On the other hand, the London Blue Team bombarded the Juventus defense with 20 shots, eight of which were on goal.
Under intense pressure from Chelsea, Juventus finally gave up with a score of 0-4. Trevoh Chalobah (25′), Reece James (55′), Callum Hudson-Odoi (58′) and Timo Werner (90+5′) scored the four Chelsea goals.
The defeat made Juventus drop to second place in Group H with a value of 12. They lost to Chelsea ‘s goal productivity which rose to the top position.