After a title-challenge ending 2-1 defeat to Sunderland yesterday, Jose Mourinho and Chelsea must be focusing on the summer transfer window.
Here are some realistic transfer’s that could become fan favourites, amongst the Stamford Bridge faithful.
3. Jackson Martinez – FC Porto – Colombia
Jackson Matinez is the all round striker, with pace, strength and a sharp eye for goal, he could be lethal linking up with the already terrifying front three.
With 18 goals in 27 games in the Portuguese Premier Division, also playing a vital role in the Portuguese team’s Europa Cup run. He is though, one of the hottest products in football right now, and Chelsea will have to pay in excess of £30 million to land his services.
2. Emanuel Adebayor – Tottenham – Togo
The forgotten man of White Hart Lane is well and truly at the forefront of all football fans minds, with a stunning run of form since his return to the Lilywhite’s first team.
Having played only 18 games this season for Spurs after being banished by former manager Andre Villas-Boas, he has still scored 10 goals and set up three since Tim Sherwood put his trust in him.
And if he were to make the move over the Thames, he could become instrumental for Chelsea, offering a scoring threat, and a creative touch, Emanuel Adebayor we salute you.
1. Diego Costa - Atletico Madrid – Spain
Joint top of the La Liga scoring charts, Diego Costa has been somewhat of a revelation this season, after showing small signs of his class last term, he has truly announced his presence on the world football stage.
With a huge physical presence, wonderful link up play and a knack for goals, Diego Costa could be exactly what Chelsea needs. He offers a platform for there stunning, intricate and pacy front three to play off, this could be a match made in heaven.
Who else could be playing in Chelsea’s blue next season?
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