Chelsea, under Mauricio Pochettino, plan to do everything they can to sign a new striker when the transfer window reopens in January. Despite his investments in signings during the summer, the team has not had a good start to the season and his main concern has been their lack of effectiveness in attack.
Chelsea have spent significant sums on the acquisition of new players, with up to 1 billion spent on transfers in the last year, but so far they have not achieved the desired results on the field, occupying positions close to the relegation zone to the Championship. The arrival of Mauricio Pochettino as coach is of practically no use, and for the moment it is not meeting the expectations of improved performance, hence new players are being sought with whom to try to improve their squad.
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Given this scenario, Chelsea‘s priority in the winter transfer market will be to reinforce the center forward position, with the incorporation of a new striker being the one that could provide the necessary boost to improve the capacity of the Stamford Bridge team, which we will see until where he is able to spend money on new players again.