Erling Haaland Bukan Jaminan Bagi Masalah Lini Depan Chelsea

Erling Haaland Is Not A Guarantee For Chelsea Front Line Problems

At present, Chelsea do have serious problems with their front lines, so they are said to be weighing the opportunity to recruit Erling Haaland in the summer. However, Haaland is not a guarantee of the problem, why?

Actually, Erling Haaland’s quality does not need to be doubted, at the age of only 20 years she has managed to become the center of attention for European giants. None other than because of his brilliant performance with RB Salzburg and now Borussia Dortmund.

While playing for RB Salzburg, he scored 28 goals in 22 matches in the 2019/20 season, then in January 2020 he was bought by Borussia Dortmund for 20 million euros. Until now, he is still Die Borussen’s mainstay on the front lines.

Haaland is a player who is very consistent in terms of scoring goals, even having collected 49 goals in 49 appearances for Die Borussen so far in all competitions.

It is said that there are several European giants who are interested in recruiting Haaland, including Chelsea among them.

On the one hand, Chelsea does not have a capable striker since Paul Pogba’s departure. Starting from Alvaro Morata, Gonzalo Higuain, until now Timo Werner has not fulfilled expectations.

So, will Haaland be the right person for Chelsea? Is he the solution for the Blues today? Well, Frank LeBoueuf thinks that is not a guarantee.

“You can add talent, it’s not a problem. But you have to make sure that the ‘chemistry’ works,”

“If not, it will be a disaster. Just having talent alone does not guarantee that you will win anything,” former Blues player Frank Leboeuf told Sky Sports News.

Indeed, Haaland’s arrival will have an impact on the Blues, but on the one hand it can also be dangerous.

“If you put Haaland, you will lose Giroud, but you might also lose Havertz and also Werner. How about Pulisic? Where will you play Ziyech?”

“It’s an equation that you have to make sure you can do well, and the results have to be good for the club,” he concluded.

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