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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte wants two new strikers this summer, according to the Metro.

As per the Metro, Conte was furious with Chelsea’s failure to sign Romelu Lukaku from Everton, with the Belgium international instead joining the Blues’ direct rivals Manchester United.

The Metro believe that Chelsea are lining up two strikers to appease their title-winning manager, with the pair forming a new look, all-star strike force.

The first, according to the Metro, is Borussia Dortmund goal-machine Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who would found the back of the net 40 times in all competitions last campaign. It is reported that the Gabonese international would cost around £60M for any potential suitors.

As well as Aubameyang, the Metro report that Chelsea are also interested in signing Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata. Morata, however, would cost an eye-watering £79M, meaning that we would be forking out a whopping £139M on attacking reinforcements.

That would be some statement of intent.

28 COMMENTS

  1. Helping Emanelo to be a future Chelsea manager as he is doing his coaching badges, while also supposedly getting the players Conte wants, a very busy man who more often than not fails and fucks about leaving us with lesser options

  2. Chelsea also should get a confirmed deal with bokayoko , in which man u are again trying to make coming players snubb back chelsea..and belloti & aubameyang would be a better deal than morata-rodriguez

  3. Where did u dispose the vision of cfc . We need long term , good and talented players. Belloti is one. Morrata n aubamiang can stay .

  4. Please Mr canto do same thing to change the club history by signing the new payers for club betterment

  5. When are we going to make deals happen and stop this nonsense? Every team going to the Champions League is busy in the market yet Chelsea can’t make a headway. We want this we want that are becoming far too many let’s make deals happen to get the team stronger for the upcoming season. We have the money and the coach need those players so what again are we waiting for?

    • Our board is the problem they never want to meet the asking price why we missed out on Lukaku I hop they just give Madrid the 79 mill that they want I hope we get these deals wrapped up very soon.

    • yes totally agree with you,he was a second rate player at nott.forrest, i believe and has somehow managed to blag his way into a position where he is Director of football and time and again has fucked the team andsuccessful managers, have problems getting the players because he and the other clown in charge of signings,fuck about and decide to get he players they want rather than the players the manager says he wants

  6. Emenalo should be sacked by now……..I wonder wat he’s still doin I love Bayern’s spotting director he doesn’t think twice he just makes the deal done…emenalo sporting director my foot

  7. What goes around in emenalo’s head what ever he calls him self must really not be brains,i dn’t knw wy cfc is slow in buyn players and pls we dn’t need watches abromivic bt instead buy players,Aubameyang could make a perfect fit for us..conte resign if they dn’t get you your desired re-inforcement

  8. This Team has big issues. We keep following everything, reading every post and we still don’t get any better news. I am just wondering why a team like Chelsea fc cannot sign new players and would have to wait for long before making deals. Micheal Emenalo or whatever he calls himself, I am not surprised with the kind of work you are doing. Where you came from explains it all. Signing Bakayoko for 35m , aubameyang for 60m or marata for 70m , danilo for 27.9m shouldn’t be a problem. Manchester united will forever be the best team with the smartest people. My advise to conte, resign if Chelsea do not get you what you want and fvck Abramovic. We don’t need watches, we need players.

  9. Give us concrete stories and confirmed news about players you are signing for Chelsea fc rather than pulling our legs with jokes every day, Mr. SPORTING DIRECTOR MICHEAL EMENALO AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

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