SHOCKING NEWS: Coming from Fabrizio Romano Chelsea coach names Five players that will join the club January as all this players want to join the club and Chelsea owner has made them a must buy during the January transfer window and the list will amaze you.

Under Mauricio Pochettino, Chelsea has had a mixed season, and Todd Boehly's substantial investment has not yet produced the anticipated returns.


Chelsea’s hopes of making the Champions League the following season have been dashed after a difficult start to the 2023–24 campaign. Despite this setback, the Blues have chosen to pursue a long-term project that will guarantee future success.

Nicolas Jackson is the perfect example of the team’s transfer strategy, even though Cole Palmer has adapted to life at Stamford Bridge quickly.

Although he has occasionally displayed genuine promise, it is obvious that he is still very raw and might not be prepared to compete at the highest level.

Consequently, more new arrivals have been anticipated for the January transfer window.

Chelsea is reportedly planning to implement a one-in, one-out policy this time around in light of their disastrous transfer policy from the previous season, which saw them acquire far too many players.

But, a number of players are close to leaving the team, so new players will probably join as well.

Trevoh Chalobah and Ian Maatsen will both be leaving Chelsea in January, so they may look to the market in their search for a striker. Which five players, though, might make a winter transfer to Stamford Bridge?

Osimhen Victor (Napoli)

Although it seems unlikely, stranger things have happened in the history of football. Victor Osimhen is the best available option for Chelsea, who seem desperate to sign a world-class number nine.

Although Napoli has no plans to sell the Nigerian international in the middle of the season, it would be ill-advised to rule out a January transfer for Osimhen considering Boehly’s penchant for lavish spending.

Yoro Leny (Lille)
Lille, like Napoli, will want to hold onto their valuable assets come January, but Chelsea is among the top European teams that are keeping an eye on Leny Yoro.

At just eighteen, Yoro is already a regular at Lille, and considering Chelsea’s recent use of the French market (six French players have joined the club since 2022), Yoro’s signing would make sense.

Even though Axel Disasi only joined in the summer, Chalobah is set to depart, and considering Thiago Silva’s advanced age, it makes perfect sense to sign a replacement centre back.

Moscardo Gabriel (Corinthians)
Due to Gabriel Moscardo’s reputation as one of South America’s most gifted midfielders, PSG and Chelsea are vying for his signature.

The Brazilian has previously drawn interest from Liverpool and Barcelona, but it now appears that PSG and Chelsea will face off in a straight shootout.

As things stand, the Parisians seem to be winning the race, but in recent months, Pochettino’s team has persuaded a number of young Brazilian talents to relocate to west London, and Moscardo may be the next.

Copenhagen’s Roony Bardghji
Chelsea is keeping an eye on Rooney Bardghji, another young talent, and Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that big European clubs are keeping an eye on him ahead of the January transfer window.

Chelsea was pursuing a move before the Copenhagen starlet’s incredible Champions League goal against Manchester United occurred, and that could prove crucial as they try to seal a deal against competition from teams like Juventus.

Gimenez Santiago (Feyenoord)

Santiago Gimenez of Feyenoord is an alternative to Osimhen, who is Chelsea’s first choice to replace him as their striker.

Footballwave is aware that Chelsea is keeping an eye on the Mexican player ahead of the January transfer window, and should the Blues decide they can’t wait until the summer to acquire Osimhen, then a move may be made.

Chelsea scouts are interested in Gimenez because of his performance this season, and if a fair offer is made, a deal might be completed.

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