Noni Madueke could already make a start in Chelsea’s next match


Noni Madueke is reportedly all set to make his debut in the starting Chelsea lineup. The new signing is believed to be already in line to make his place in the starting XI. Furthermore, according to reports, Noni Madueke is set to go into contention as one of the players in the starting 11. The player have only been to Chelsea for a week now, yet he appears to have made an impact on the team already. He joined the Blues from PSV Eindhoven this January. The player provides competition to the already talented frontline. Moreover, his arrival coincided with the arrival of Mykhailo Mudryk. He joined the Blues from Shakhtar Donetsk earlier this month. Atletico Madrid‘s Joao Felix also joined the Blues on a loan deal this transfer window.

Noni Madueke is to make a start in the next Chelsea match

Noni Madueke will want to make a lasting impact on Chelsea. All three of the new attacking player would want to impress Graham Potter. Although it is expected that only two of those players will start in the match. The other one would be used as a handy backup. Graham Potter would now have an abundance of attacking players to choose from. Along with Noni Madueke, Potter could also call up Ziyech, Mason Mount, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. New signing David Datro Fofana is also available for the manager to choose from. Raheem Sterling is still out because of his injury. Though he is expected to be back soon. Christian Pullisic is also expected to return eventually after his recovery.

Chelsea striker Armando Broja is unlikely to make a return this season. The player had an ACL injury that cost him the season. Chelsea are reportedly monitoring his injury and the player is expected to be out till the beginning of next season. Once all the attacking players are fit for selection, it will be a headache for Potter. Noni Madueke would be hoping to impress the manager before the injured players return. He is still young and therefore is expected to learn and improve a lot in the coming years.

For more sports-related updates, follow us on Twitter

For more sports updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & LinkedIn.

To Top