When it comes to football, many people consider Chelsea to be one of the biggest teams in the world. Many footballers aspire to play for Chelsea in the English Premier League because of this. The Premier League era has also seen a number of African players play for Chelsea. African players should be added to Chelsea's roster in the January transfer market. Here are a few examples.
Chelsea's second-choice striker, Timo Werner, has struggled mightily thus far. Because Romelu Lukaku is out, he has been given the opportunity to shine. In the January transfer window, Thomas Tuchel should acquire another second-choice striker. Leicester City's Iheanacho could be a good fit for him. Chelsea's style of play is a good fit for him. Furthermore, he has a lot of Premier League experience.
AC Milan signed him as a free agent in 2017. The Ivorian midfielder is one of Africa's most talented players. He has already played 51 times for the Ivorian national team in his career. During the January transfer window, Chelsea should make a bid for AC Milan's defender Diego Costa. At Stamford Bridge, he could replace Saul Niguez. This is due to the fact that Niguez's loan deal with Chelsea may be terminated at any time. To play in Thomas Tuchel's midfield, Kessie has the tactical acumen.
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