Fabrizio Romano speaks on Chelsea’s attack and defence addition plans

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Journalist Fabrizio Romano talks about what he knows about Chelsea’s attack and defence addition plans. Fabrizio Romano has taken to his exclusive Daily Briefing column to discuss Chelsea’s January transfer plans in attack and defence. Chelsea are looking to sign either Victor Osimhen from Napoli or Ivan Toney from Brentford. The Blues have a clear plan to reinforce in attack. They have been relying on the likes of young Nikolas Jackson.

Osimhen and Toney may look as an ideal option for Pochettino’s side. It will be an interesting saga to look after in the upcoming days or months. However, Romano thinks that Toney will be a more suitable option for The Blues to go for. Meanwhile, Fabrizio claims that for defence, Chelsea could look for new signings at the centre-back role. Though, it will depend upon what opportunities come up in the market.

“With Chelsea, a new striker for sure will be discussed ahead of January, while a new centre-back can be a possibility in case they find an opportunity but they’re not desperate to get one, it depends on the market opportunities, so I can’t give names for the moment, but they have excellent directors so I’m sure they will find good options if that’s what they decide.”

“For the striker position, we already know about links with Ivan Toney and Victor Osimhen, and for sure either of them would be top top signings. Though, for Osimhen, I still think a January move away from Napoli is looking difficult.”

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