Lose faith in Mudryk, Chelsea will breɑk the bank to offer suber big deal for new talisman

Chelsea are apparently willing to offer Victor Osimhen more than twice his current wage at Napoli in order for him to join the Blues.


According to CalcioMercato, Todd Boehly is eager to breɑk the bank once again to recruit one of football’s most exciting talents in Serie A’s leading goalscorer this season. With 19 goals in 21 league games, Osimhen is spearheading Napoli’s assault for the club’s first Scudetto this century.



According to a ruмor, Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis has placed a €130m (£115m) price tag on his star forward, who is 24 years old, ahead of the summer transfer season. And as demonstrated by Chelsea under Boehly, this fee is achievable.


Tottenham are interested in signing Osimhen, according to journalist Rudy Galetti, should Harry Kane move north London this summer, a possibility that is growing with Antonio Conte’s impending departure as manager at the conclusion of the current campaign.


While Tottenham may soon have the financial resources to recruit Osimhen, Chelsea’s spending history under Boehly, despite his brief stint at the club, clearly implies that the tenth-place Premier League club can outbid Daniel Levy with another British-record offer.



Indeed, even though Christopher Nkunku is expected to sign with Chelsea in the summer, it is not out of the question that the Blues would also attempt to bring in Osimhen as more attacking cover, a move that might derail Tottenham’s transfer plans considering how ideal the Nigerian is to replace Harry Kane.


As a replacement for Harry Kane, Osimhen’s signing by Tottenham from Boehly could be a mistake.


With the Chelsea striker curse likely to claim another victiм in Osimhen, Tottenham might miss out on the forward by selling a superstar player for an exorbitant amount, with the rivalry between the two clubs only growing if Chelsea acquires the Napoli front.


‘On a knife-edge’ – Jamie Carragher talks up Graham Potter sack at Chelsea as exit timeline emerges

Jamie Carragher continues to feel that Graham Potter will be fired despite Chelsea’s 2-0 victory over Borussia Dortmund, which eases the pressure and advances the club to the quarterfinals of the Champions League.


In the aftermath of a concerning run of form, the Blues’ manager has been walking a tightrope for several weeks. Nevertheless, only two victories in their first 12 games following the World Cup breɑk placed his future in peril.


And with Chelsea fans reportedly turning against him, it seems inevitable that Potter would be fired.


In fact, a number of prominent contenders began to emerge as possible replacements. This report identifies five people being considered for the position at Stamford Bridge.



In any case, Potter was under significant pressure heading into the most recent set of games. Although Chelsea required nothing less than two victories over Leeds and Dortmund, he will have been relieved by Tuesday’s final whistle.


The Blues defeated the Bundesliga title contenders with goals from Raheem Sterling and a pair of penalty kicks from Kai Havertz.


And a spot in the competition’s last eight will reignite their aspirations for trophy glory this season.


Carragher is adamant that Potter’s life is on borrowed time, despite an apparent reduction in pressure.


To this end, he asserts that his job is still on the ‘knife edge’ and that he will be fired soon.


And, in attempting to explain when the axe may fall, Carragher is adamant that Potter will not be in charge during the upcoming season.


Carragher outlines when he believes Chelsea will fire Potter

And even if England win the European Championship, Carragher believes he may still be fired.


“The supporters won’t change after one game, but I believe this provides him the opportunity to win them over,” he told CBS Sports. “He will now remain there till the end of the season.



A few days ago, journalists receiving information from the club speculated that he was on the brink of retirement.


“Winning both games will be monumental for him. After you reach the quarterfinals of the Champions League, the season is practically over, thus they will not change it.


They are unlikely to finish in the top four in the league, but [the Champions League] could be their ticket. When considering their history in European competition, their pedigree is remarkable. This secures [Potterposition ]’s till the end of the season, but what about next season? I continue to doubt that he will be.”


Recruiting Potter from Brighton cost Chelsea a record-setting £22m in compensation. Moreover, if they terminated his contract early, it would cost them an additional £50m, according to estimates.

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