With the return of the 'Special One’, Chelsea fans can expect a number of changes to their squad this summer.
With Andre Schurrle having already signed, Jose Mourinho has now set his sights on Liverpool's Luis Suarez.
Fernando Torres has struggled since his transfer to Chelsea, and has not been able to lead their attack like Didier Drogba did. With lack of competition for his place in the squad, Torres has often been blamed for complacency as well.
Demba Ba was brought in by former manager Rafa Benitez in the January transfer window, but he cannot lead a star-studded team like Chelsea on his own.
The Liverpool striker was in sensational form last season, going on to score 30 goals in all competitions. With Liverpool on the decline and not boasting of the same number of stars as they once had, this was an even bigger feat.
At Liverpool, Suarez only had Steven Gerrard as a notable facilitator in the midfield, and he led the attack alone until Daniel Sturridge arrived.
At Chelsea, he’ll have the likes of Juan Mata, Oscar, Eden Hazard and Frank Lamapard behind him, and could form a lethal partnership with Torres up-front - if the latter regains his lost form.
But Suarez’s career has been marred with controversy, with the latest incident being when he bit Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic at Anfield.
He surely wouldn't be a favourite in the Chelsea dressing room, and Mourinho will have to take that into account before he makes a formal bid for Suarez.
That being said, Suarez’s talent is unquestionable, and he could be the answer to Chelsea’s attacking woes.
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