Chelsea manager’s top target for the forward position

Chelsea new boss Graham Potter has seen Harry Kane as his ideal target for the number 9 position.

Chelsea manager’s top target for the forward position

Chelsea manager Graham Potter wants to sign a player that
might shock most Chelsea fans. According to a report by
Calciomercato , Graham Potter wants to make a bid to sign
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane in the next transfer
window. The report states that Graham Potter “really likes ”
Kane. The Chelsea manager wants to make an offer that
manager Antonio Conte can’t refuse. Graham Potter wants
to sign Kane by offering Conte a chance to reunite with
Romelu Lukaku.
Romelu Lukaku and Antonio Conte were an unstoppable
duo during their time together at Inter. Lukaku had his best
run of games under Antonio Conte. The brilliant
performance by Lukaku under Conte prompted Chelsea to
spend £97.5 on the Belgian. However, the report states that
Chelsea and Inter Milan might already have an arrangement
regarding Lukaku. This might throw a wet blanket on
Graham Potter’s dream of a swap and cash deal for Kane. It
must be noted, however, that the option to stay further at
Milan will depend on Lukaku’s performance for Inter. So far,
Lukaku has scored just one goal for Inter and has made
only three appearances due to an injury. He will return to
San Siro after the international break.
There might be a lot of departures in the Blue’s midfield in
the next season. To prepare for this, Graham Potter might
want to bring in some quality midfielders into the squad.
One such player of quality that the Chelsea manager will
want is his former player Moses Caicedo. Caicedo has
expressed his interest in joining Chelsea. In an interview
with the Evening Standard , said:
“Nobody would turn down an offer from Chelsea or any
other club like that. It’d be a dream to be in the best teams
in the world and succeed there.”
There is a high chance that we might see Caicedo play at
Stamford Bridge in the next season.

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