Connect with us

Sports

Three Players That Chelsea Should Monitor During The Africa Cup of Nations In January

Published

on

The Africa Cup of Nations will begin by January of next year. This is one of the most prestigious competitions in international football. Many African countries will take part in the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon. This competition will give many European clubs the chance to look for talented African players to sign. Below are three players that Chelsea should send transfer scouts to monitor during the Africa Cup of Nations next year.

1. Samuel Chukwueze

He played very well for the Super Eagles of Nigeria during the last edition of the Africa Cup of Nations in 2019. Samuel Chukwueze currently plays for Villarreal in the Spanish domestic league. He is one of the players that Chelsea should send transfer scouts to monitor during the Africa Cup of Nations in January. Chukwueze is one of the most respected young players in the Spanish first division. He has raw talent that could be developed at Stamford Bridge.

2. Franck Kessie

N’Golo Kante has sustained many serious injuries since the beginning of the current English Premier League campaign. This means that Chelsea should think about the possibility of signing a younger player to play in the midfield. The club should monitor Franck Kessie during the Africa Cup of Nations next year. This will show if he has the ability to play at the top level. He definitely has the talent to play for Chelsea in the English Premier League. Franck Kessie plays for the Ivorian national team as well as AC Milan.

3. Idrissa Gueye

Another player that Chelsea should monitor as a potential replacement for N’Golo Kante is Idrissa Gueye. He would definitely play for Senegal during the Africa Cup of Nations next year. He currently plays for PSG in the French first division. Chelsea should send transfer scouts to check if Idrissa Gueye still has the intensity to play in the English Premier League.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Copyright © 2021 Newsfactnigeria.com

%d bloggers like this: