“Race is completely open” for Chelsea target – but Blues have a lot to work out before they sign another young talent

A cup final defeat has put Chelsea’s big project back to the drawing board. What do we need this summer to really improve this group? How about a raw young teenage forward? That’s what Fabrizio Romano is suggesting anyway. In his latest column for Caughtoffside, he says that Chelsea could go back in for Antonio Nusa the Club Brugge winger.

His move to Brentford in January fell through, meaning he’s set to be targeted by several Premier League clubs again in the summer:

“I don’t see Brentford trying again for Antonio Nusa. I’m told this is not something concrete,” Romano wrote.

“For other clubs, race is completely open so any club from Premier League but also from other countries can still negotiate for Nusa. I still see him leaving Club Brugge in the summer.”

Chelsea will have to work out what they want to do with Mykhailo Mudryk and Noni Madueke before they start bringing anyone like Nusa in. Even Christopher Nkunku is a puzzle that needs to be solved right now, the last thing we need is more pieces being added to the set.

Nusa looks a great talent – but so did half the guys we’ve not got stinking up the place on 9 year deals.


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