Mauricio Pochettino appears to be focused on adding a striker this summer, and he may have discovered the ideal target, and it’s not Harry Kane or Victor Osimhen.

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Chelsea FC have already made an offer to sign Dušan Vlahović this summer.

Even though Mauricio Pochettino is expected to start working as Chelsea FC’s manager on July 1, the summer transfer market has already started. The signing of a natural striker is of the utmost importance as the Blues are in dire need of adding depth in various areas.

Victor Osimhen of Napoli is one of the top targets, but the Italian champions would require a huge deal before they will part with their top player.

Harry Kane has been mentioned as a potential acquisition, particularly because the Tottenham forward is likely interested in reuniting with Mauricio Pochettino.

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Nevertheless, the solution to such issues may already be at the club. Romelu Lukaku is on loan at Inter, but his loan will end in the summer, and he will return to Chelsea FC in Connecticut. Pochettino is therefore anticipated to give the Belgian attacker another shot to break into the first-team squad.

According to ESPN, Chelsea FC have already made Juventus a roughly £70 million bid. Due to injuries and poor form, the Serbian attacker has had difficulty scoring consistently.

Despite this, he has scored 10 goals in Serie A this season, including one that appeared to be a game-changing goal in Juve’s Europa League semifinal against Sevilla before the Spanish team scored a late goal to go to the final. He has also scored four goals in European competition.

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