Josip Juranovic is still an option for Chelsea to sign this transfer window

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Josip Juranovic was offered to Chelsea earlier in this transfer window. Josip Juranovic is believed to be still an option for the Blues. The player remains an option for Graham Potter his transfer window. Chelsea have had a busy transfer window so far to say the least. Todd Boehly is into double figures for signing new players since taking over the club. He clearly does not wish or look to stop anytime soon. Chelsea signed Mykhaylo Mudryk from Shakhtar and Joao Felix from Atletico Madrid to boost their attack. Though they signed Joao Felix on a loan deal. The Blues are also hoping to boost their backline this transfer window. They are currently touting for the right-back position. Reece James have struggled with injuries this season. Therefore Chelsea would be hoping to sign an alternative for the player.

Chelsea could sign Josip Juranovic this transfer window

Reece James have constantly struggled with regular injuries this season. Chelsea have struggled to find players to cover for him. Therefore many players have had to play out of position to cover for Reece James. According to reports, Celtic player Josip Juranovic was offered to Chelsea earlier this transfer window. Josip Juranovic is believed by many to remain an option for Chelsea for the time being. Juranovic had an amazing time at the World Cup. The player won the third position with Croatia after defeating Morocco. He has impressed football fans and pundits all over the world with his brilliant performance at the World Cup. The defender’s performance at the World Cup helped to improve his reputation in European football.

Josip Juranovic had no problem dealing with the likes of Kylian Mbappe comfortably at the World Cup. Although he may not be an option to push James out of the team squad. But he can definitely provide adequate cover for the player. Signing the defender could be seen as a huge positive for Chelsea.

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