Assessed Less Wrinkling In Exchange Transfer, Chelsea Captain Put Agency
Gary Cahill gave his opinion on Chelsea’s transfer strategy or activity which so far is still considered normal. The new captain of the Blues criticized some who call his team who do not have the depth of a qualified squad.
Antonio Conte has already invested more than 100 million pounds, in buying three new players. Alvaro Morata, Antonio Rudiger, and Tiemoue Bakayoko became the newly imported players of the Blues this summer, including one free player Willy Caballero.
But the arrival of the mentioned player took two victims, Nemanja Matic who eventually dumped to Manchester United, and Diego Costa who certainly will not be included in Conte’s squad list for next season.
In addition there are several names of players in the academy who are also forced to pit his fate to other clubs, either permanently or on loan. There are at least 18 players out of Chelsea this summer.
Keep players fit
Chelsea’s transfer strategy was criticized, where they could hardly bring in the players coveted. Dani Alves, Alex Sandro, and Danilo into three defenders who certainly failed to be recruited by the Blues.
“Maybe I’m talking out of context, I’m thinking of it so there’s no word of fact if you look back at a television show that calls our squad small,” Cahill defended.
“In terms of quality, we definitely have quality, you can see last season, but then again there is no way to overcome it so we have to keep the players fit because at the moment the squad is not as big as the other squad.”
“It’s very important to us and we have to see how the game will be.”
Although little recognize that Chelsea are not as strong as other teams in the Premier League through his comments, the Blues remain favorites Premier League champions 2017-18 season. Given their status as defending champion.
But we still have to wait until the end of the season what will happen in the Premier League, because as is known this competition always presents different colors every year, and it is difficult to predict until the season is completely over. (Source: Metro)