Agent tells Chelsea boss to sign up goal-machine Higuain this January

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The agent of Jorginho has urged Maurizio Sarri to complete a Chelsea deal for Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuaín.

Despite an incredible start to the new season in which the Blues have gone unbeaten, there has been a lot of speculation in the media which have claimed Sarri is looking to delve into his transfer kitty and land a world class striker that can bring 20-30 goals a season.

It is no secret bot Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud are struggling in front of goal this season and have only netted seven goals between them in all competitions, with star man Eden Hazard out-scoring both players with eight goals in thirteen games this season.

Higuain equalled the Serie A record with 36 goals in his final season at Napoli under Sarri and Jorginho’s representative, Joao Santos, hopes the pair will be reunited at Stamford Bridge in the near future.

‘I do not know [about Higuain at Chelsea], he told Italian radio station Kiss Kiss Napoli.

‘Obviously I am cheering for the Blues. His arrival would give the squad a big boost.’

Higuaín has been in sparkling form once again this season after making the loan switch from Juventus to AC Milan, and already has seven goals in just thirteen matches for the Italian giants.

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Would Higuaín be worth the hassle?

Yes we have one of the best attacks in Europe and yes we will get back into the top four this season, but adding a goal-scorer like Higuaín to the line-up would be a massive boost in our quest to catch and then overtake Manchester City for the Premier League tite.

But Sarri may also need to invest in a younger striker as Higuaín only has a few good years left at the very top of the game.

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